Get a Sneak Peek of Disney's Live-Action 'Snow White': Rachel Zegler Teams Up with the Seven Dwarfs

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Get a Sneak Peek of Disney's Live-Action 'Snow White': Rachel Zegler Teams Up with the Seven Dwarfs
A sneak peek of the impending live-action "Snow White" remake has been released by Disney.

Rachel Zegler appears in a new picture transformed into the well-known Disney Princess, flanked by her Seven Dwarfs. The movie was supposed to premiere on March 22, 2024, however as of right now, it is now scheduled to launch on March 21, 2025.

Gal Gadot portrays the Evil Queen, while Zegler plays Snow White. Andrew Burnap portrays Jonathan, a brand-new character, while Ansu Kabia co-stars as the Huntsman. For the remake, Zegler has redesigned the Seven Dwarfs, emphasizing that Snow White would become the leader her father urged her to be, rather than focusing as much on the romance plotline. Zegler's casting, which includes making her the first Latina to play Snow White, and the revised plot have drawn significant criticism on the internet for deviating from the original story.

The first full-length animated feature from Disney was "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," which debuted in 1937. The cast and crew of the remake, which took place over 85 years ago, have promised a modernized telling of the beloved fairy tale.

Zegler's breakthrough performance came in the 2021 Steven Spielberg adaption of the beloved musical "West Side Story," when she played the lead role of Maria. She then starred in "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" and later had an appearance in "Shazam: Fury of the Gods."

After directing "The Amazing Spider-Man" films, "500 Days of Summer" (2009), "Gifted" (2017), and "The Only Living Boy in New York" (2017), Marc Webb now directs "Snow White." Erin Cressida Wilson and Greta Gerwig co-wrote the script. In addition, Gerwig is credited with authoring or co-writing the scripts for her three directorial endeavors: "Lady Bird" (2017), "Little Women" (2019), and "Barbie" (2023). Wilson has also written the screenplays for several other movies, including "Secretary" (2002) and "The Girl on the Train" (2016).