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Kristen Stewart Tried Not to "Die" on the Set of 'Snow White and the Huntsman'

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May 31 2012, Published 1:53 p.m. ET

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After months of anticipation, Snow White & the Huntsman opens in theaters tomorrow, and Kristen Stewart stopped by the Today show to promote her fierce portrayal of Snow White in the epic film. 

Dressed in a tight tweed dress, Kristen talked with the hosts of Today about the movie and whether she really broke co-star Chris Hemsworth's nose! 

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"I swear I didn't mean to," she told Ann Curry on the plaza this morning about clocking the Thor star in the face, joking, "He got too close."

Actually, Kristen says (believe it or not!) she never trained for battle and was completely out of her element while doing the intense stunt work on the set. Director Ruper Sanders just told her to take hold of the sword and go with it!

"It's funny, I thought we were going to do a whole load of choreography and fight-training rehearsal, but basically, at the end of the day, Rupert put a sword in my hand and said, 'Don't die,'" Kristen said. 

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"You don't want to watch Snow White suddenly become this skilled warrior — it's so much more from the heart," the actress added of how her inexperience brought more life to the character. "She really moves toward fear and doesn't back away from it, so it's really cool to watch her."

Snow White &the Huntsman hits theaters tomorrow — will you be seeing it?

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