Snow White & The Huntsman Sequel Set For 2015; Universal Developing Another Bourne Installment
Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron attend the world premiere of 'Snow White and The Huntsman' at in London on May 14, 2012 -- Getty Images
Big news for fans of the warrior, big screen Snow White.
Universal Pictures Chairman Adam Fogelson announced at Cinema-Con on Wednesday that the sequel to Kristen Stewart's "Snow White and The Hunstman" is expected to be released in 2015.
The film starred Kristin as Snow White, Chris Hemsworth as The Hunstman and Charlize Theron as Ravenna, the Evil Queen.
The film, directed by Brit Rupert Sanders (who was famously involved in a cheating scandal with Kristin), earned more than $396 million at the box office, worldwide.
Fogelson also announced Universal was working on another "Bourne" installment, but no further details were available.
The last "Bourne" film starred Jeremy Renner, but Matt Damon isn't totally out of the franchise.
"I've always been [open to returning]," Matt told Access Hollywood in December 2012. "I love that character and I love that series. It's just really an issue of finding the story. We don't know what that is. How do you get that character going again?"
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