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Kristen Stewart is Fierce and Chris Hemsworth is Drunk In New 'Snow White' Promo

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May 2 2012, Published 8:10 a.m. ET

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In preparation for the release of Snow White and the Huntsman, which happens to be only a month away, we were treated to brand, spankin' new movie posters and an exclusive clip.

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In this version of the famous Grimm fairy tale, the evil queen (Charlize Theron) hires a huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) to kill Snow White (Kristen Stewart). Snow instead befriends the huntsman, who sympathizes with her and the two join forces to banish the queen.

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The posters are actually pretty terrific. K-Stew is a badass Snow White, complete with armor and shield, Charlize poses with a crow to epitomize the icy queen while Chris is midswing with an ax.

Speaking of Chris, Kristen introduces a behind-the-scenes video of the flick where the huntsman has had a bit too much to drink. She tells us it's Day 57 of shooting, but this particular scene happens early in the movie.

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"He's drunk... just trying to keep his head above water," Chris says of the muddy fight scene. "So we made it much messier and it becomes kind of wild... bites and kicks in the nuts." 

Check out the video and tell us what you think. Will you see Snow White and the Huntsman when it hits theaters?

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