As Daily Wire founder, director, screenwriter and political commentator Jeremy Boring announced, “Snow White and the Evil Queen” “It’s a story about a princess and a prince, about beauty and vanity, about love and its power to bring us back from death to life. It’s our own adaptation of an ancient fairy tale.”
I grew up on the original Grimm’s tales, so I’m thrilled that we’re bringing this iconic story to life for the next generation. – Cooper adds – Snow White is a beautiful character and I am honored to play her. Like all the best fairy tales, it is a story about timeless values such as love, friendship and kindness. I can’t wait to share it.
Boring does not hide the fact that his film is a response to Disney’s “Snow White” with Rachel Ziegler, which is scheduled to be released next year. According to the Daily Wire founder, “Disney will expose children to the common and damaging lies of the momentDisney still uses Walt’s name, but has all but abandoned his legacy -He says boring- Disney took 100 years to build. We know that we are not who we are today. However, we hope that over time we can become what we once were: a small studio with big ideas and the courage to implement them.
The Disney movie “Snow White” raises great controversy. The following was criticized, among others: The casting of Latina Rachel Ziegler as the main character, whose skin was, according to the original by the Brothers Grimm, “as white as snow.” The actress’s statements added fuel to the fire. Ziegler admitted that she didn’t like the classics Animation from 1937 Friday “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.” She also revealed that the live-action version of the film will show Snow White in a new light.
You will never dream of true love – she said in September in an interview with Variety – Her dream is to become the leader she knows she can be. Her late father told her that she could be that leader if she was brave, fair, brave and honest.
People joke that our Snow White is politically correct. That’s right, yes – because we need it – She confirmed in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, and in turn, in conversations with Entertainment Weekly and Extra TV, that she did not spare words of criticism of the original: It presents ideas about women in power and the roles that suit women in a very old-fashioned way. The original cartoon premiered in 1937 (…). There is a lot of focus on the love story with the man who is literally chasing her. strange. So we didn’t do that this time.
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