'Snow White & the Huntsman' Cast Read 'Fifty Shades of Grey' [VIDEO]
By Diadem Pambid | May 22, 2012 6:13 PM EST
The star-studded cast of "Snow White and the Huntsman" get down and dirty for "Fifty Shades of Grey".
Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth read a few lines out of E.L. James' best-selling erotica novel. By the looks of it, the cast are having a hell of a good time laughing it all out with MTV's Josh Horowitz.
"Snow White and the Huntsman" is set to premiere in cinemas worldwide on June 1. Red carpet premieres and interviews have already begun. MTV had a little twist with their interview with the cast of "SWATH" that made even "The God of Thunder" blush red.
What better way to loosen up the cast than let them read a few lines from E.L. James' BDSM-themed novel? Kristen Stewart had no qualms about reading a few lines and even Charlize Theron got so into the book. It was Chris Hemsworth that looked like he wanted to be anywhere at that moment.
"I'm not even touching that!," screamed Hemsworth upon seeing the novel pulled out by Josh Horowitz. "I'm all hot and sweaty!" laughed Chris after taking a glimpse at a few pages of the novel, adding, "Brilliant. It works!"
Well, with the obvious blushing of Chris from reading the excerpts alone then fans can scratch out his name on the list of potential actors to play Christian Grey. Robert Pattinson or Ian Somerhalder could be better options. As for Anastasia Steele, the female protagonist, Kristen Stewart might have the chops for the role.
Given it was based on "Twilight", Kristen Stewart got so into reading the book that she expressed immense interest over getting her own copy.
"I haven't bought it yet. I'm kind of dying to read it," said Stewart. "I am interested, I guess."
Lionsgate still has a few loose ends to tie up. Plus, with the directors' chair still empty and the lead characters yet to be filled out, fans are left to petition for their own worthy protégés.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" has attracted a few celebrities dying to play the lead roles but it would always be up to Lionsgate to say who plays who. Right now, all that readers are left with is to imagine.
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