'Snow White' Remake Star Claims Original Film's Prince Was a Stalker

Brittany M. Hughes | August 14, 2023
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It’s unlikely that you’ll ever be a high-end Hollywood producer in charge of remaking a classic for modern audiences. But in the event that you do, here’s a tip: don’t let your cast go on a year-long media circuit preaching to everyone about how much the beloved original story sucks.

Because, as it turns out, it’s absolutely insufferable.

A weeks-old interview has resurfaced on social media in which “Snow White” star Rachel Zegler, a Latina actress cast in the remake's titular role for the sake of “diversity,” rants about the sexist and oppressive overtones of Disney’s original 1937 animated film, going so far as to accuse the prince - who, again, is a cartoon character - of “stalking” Snow White.

"The original cartoon came out in 1937, and very evidently so,” Zegler begins, and rather patronizingly.

"There is a big focus on her love story, with a guy who literally stalks her. Weird! So we didn’t do that this time. We have a different approach to what I’m sure a lot of people will assume is a love story,” Zegler explains, emphasizing once again that this new film - which also doesn’t include dwarves - won’t include a prince saving Snow White from a poisoned apple-induced death.

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“It’s really not about the love story at all, which is really, really wonderful,” she adds, joking that “all of Andrew’s scenes” - referring to Andrew Burnap, the actor who plays the male lead in the film - “could get cut, who knows?”

In other news, we’re now taking bets on just how hard this film will bomb - and just how loudly leftists will complain it’s due to racism and the patriarchy. My guess? It’ll tank worse than Dukakis - and all thanks to its nauseating wokeism.

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