Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron

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Walt Disney's Snow White was wishing for prince charming to come along. Kristen Stewart's Snow White looks like she has no problem going after what she wants.

While cameras don't start rolling on Snow White and the Huntsman until next week in London, the fair maiden herself was at Comic-Con today representin', along with evil queen Charlize Theron, huntsman Chris Hemsworth, prince Sam Claflin, producer Joe Roth and director Rupert Sanders.

And while there wasn't any footage to speak of, the very appreciative Hall H audience was treated to an exclusive first look at the principal characters in costume. Check out the all-around fierceness after the jump:

Snow White and the Huntsman, Kristen Stewart

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Snow White and the Huntsman, Chris Hemsworth

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Snow White and the Huntsman, Charlize Theron

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Snow White and the Huntsman, Sam Claflin

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"That's not my collar, that's actually part of my head," Theron joked, while Hemsworth said it took "four days of drinking" to get his hair just so.

Of her outfit, designed (along with all the costumes) by three-time Oscar winner Colleen Atwood, Stewart said, "It makes you feel kind of strong occasionally, sometimes. You kind of feel tiny. My tiny pinhead kind of sticks out of this thing."

"Don't worry, we'll get you steroids, you'll be fine," offered Theron.

Also officially announced today were the film's eight—count them, eight—dwarfs: Nick Frost, Ray Winstone, Toby Jones, Ian McShane, Johnny Harris, Bob Hoskins, Eddie Marsan and Brian Gleeson.

"They are very tough East End villains in their day jobs, but they're coming together to be a group of very tough East End dwarfs," Sanders said. "This is my desperation to make a war movie. I've cast my British SAS squad with these great actors, who are very funny, very tough, and together are quite unstoppable."

But why eight?

"There are a few great lines when one of them gets killed," the director revealed.

"Wow, spoiler alert!" Theron scolded him. "Put a gag ball on it, seriously."

"I knew I would get something wrong," Sanders said. The mischief is beginning already!

(Originally published July 23, 2011, at 4:45 p.m. PT)

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