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Stewart’s role uncertain in ‘Snow White’ plans
Foster wrote an essay for The Daily Beast in which she blasted the “gladiator sport of celebrity culture” and claimed that if she were a young actor today she would quit before she started.
“If I had to grow up in this media culture, I don’t think I could survive it emotionally,” she writes. Of life as a target of paparazzi and criticism, she added: “We seldom consider the childhoods we unknowingly destroy in the process.”
Since Stewart, who played Snow White in “Snow White and the Huntsman,” and Rupert Sanders, its married, 41-year-old director publically apologized for a tryst caught in photographs, the future of “Snow White” has been uncertain.
The film was intended to launch a franchise, and its worldwide gross of $389.3 million was a promising enough start.
Universal declined to comment further on its plans.
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