Kristen Stewart, Snow White, Julia Roberts

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Damn, this is getting bitchy: It's Snow White vs. Snow White!

After Universal pushed up the release date of Snow White and The Huntsman starring Kristen Stewart last week, Relativity's untitled Snow White project (you know, the one starring Julia Roberts and Lily Collins) has just one upped them!

So who is winning in the battle of the race to the box office?

As of today, that would be the untitled Tarsem Singh Snow White project starring Lily Collins as Snow White, Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen, Nathan Lane as her manservant and Armie Hammer as Prince Andrew Alcott.

Instead of their planned release date of June 29, 2012, Relativity will now put out their darkly comedic interpretation on March 16, 2012.

This comes hot off the heels of news that K.Stew's Universal project, co-starring Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman, Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen and Sam Claflin as the prince, had upped their release date to June 1, purposely ahead of Roberts' Relativity version, which was previously set at June 29.

Are you still with us?

Basically, it sounds like the rival projects will be pushing up their release dates to come out before the other one until we hear these films are coming out, like, tomorrow.

How long do we give Team Snow White and The Huntsman before they push up their release date again?

We give 'em a week. If that.

Snow White don't go down without a fight!

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