Chastain and Theron appear in a scene from “Huntsman: Winter’s War.”
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Winter's War" is one of the more bizarre sequels in recent memory. If modern movies are going to strip every side story out of every superhero universe and beyond, fairy tales should be fair game too. Tonal shifts are fine, but this star-studded nonsense feels like it was put together by a committee of robots, using copies of "Frozen," "Game of Thrones," "The Chronicles of Narnia," and five minutes of "Snow White and the Huntsman" as source material.The evil Ravenna (Charlize Theron) is alive, glowing, glaring and still talking about taking down men and kingdoms. She wants her good-natured sister Freya (Blunt) to fall in line, but that only happens when Freya's heart is broken and her icy powers are unleashed.The story jumps ahead seven years, after Snow White has defeated Ravenna.Snow White had some agency.
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