By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist November 4, 2011 at 4:10PM
With a release date about five months away, it's about time Tarsem's Snow White movie got a title. First known in early stages as "The Brothers Grimm: Snow White," then simply being that untitled movie that was irritating the hell out of Universal, Relativity have announced today that the film will now be called: "Mirror Mirror."
Lily Collins takes on the lead role in the project that also features Julia Roberts as the Queen, Sean Bean as the King and Armie Hammer as Prince Andrew Alcott. The story, written by Melissa Wallack and Jason Keller, will strike a tone between adventure and comedy with Snow White teaming up with a pack of seven dwarfs to take on her evil stepmother who has destroyed the kingdom and killed her father. Tarsem certainly doesn't hold back when it comes to visuals, and as the plethora of early film stills have revealed, at the very least, this thing will be dazzling to look at.
Will the box office be the fairest of them all? We'll see when it opens on March 16, 2012. No trailer yet, but with Relativity opening Tarsem's "Immortals" next week, we figure some kind of teaser will be attached. Synergy!