The Huntsman: Winter’s War

As two evil sisters prepare to conquer the land, two renegades—Eric the Huntsman, who aided Snow White in defeating Ravenna in Snowwhite and the Huntsman, and his forbidden lover, Sara—set out to stop them.
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Film Cast:

  • The Huntsman: Chris Hemsworth
  • Queen Ravenna: Charlize Theron
  • Freya: Emily Blunt
  • Sara: Jessica Chastain
  • Nion: Nick Frost
  • William: Sam Claflin
  • Gryff: Rob Brydon
  • Mrs. Bromwyn: Sheridan Smith
  • Doreena: Alexandra Roach
  • Tull: Sope Dirisu
  • Pippa: Sophie Cookson
  • Leifr: Sam Hazeldine
  • Duke of Blackwood: Colin Morgan
  • Young Eric: Conrad Khan
  • Young Sara: Niamh Walter
  • Young Tull: Nana Agyeman-Bediako
  • Young Pippa: Amelia Crouch
  • Mirror Man: Fred Tatasciore
  • Barkeep: Ralph Ineson
  • Bar Wench: Lynne Wilmot
  • King: Robert Portal
  • Nobleman: Robert Wilfort
  • Lead Soldier: David Mumeni
  • Freya’s Lady in Waiting: Kara Lily Hayworth
  • Eric’s Mother: Madeleine Worrall
  • Soldier: Osi Okerafor
  • Soldier: Ryan Donaldson
  • Huntsman Lookout: Chinna Wodu
  • Servant: Andrew Rothney
  • Huntsman Guard: Tim Delap
  • Huntsman #1: Antony Acheampong
  • Huntsman #2: Ian Davies
  • Huntsman #3: George Watkins
  • Huntsman #4: Aj Bediako
  • Woman on Cart: Maya Wasowicz
  • Snow White Soldier: Sam Coulson
  • Child: Yusuf Hofri
  • Child: Eshan Gopal
  • Little Girl: Annie Guy
  • Child: Natahlia Colbourne
  • Huntswomen (uncredited): Jadey Duffield
  • Narrator (uncredited): Liam Neeson
  • voice: Alejandro Cuello

Film Crew:

  • Unit Production Manager: Sarah Bradshaw
  • Director of Photography: Phedon Papamichael
  • Costume Designer: Colleen Atwood
  • Additional Editor: Mark Goldblatt
  • Music: James Newton Howard
  • Editor: Conrad Buff IV
  • Stunts: Adam Kirley
  • Art Direction: Andrew Ackland-Snow
  • Art Direction: Steven Lawrence
  • Stunt Coordinator: Ben Cooke
  • Producer: Joe Roth
  • Casting: Lucy Bevan
  • “C” Camera Operator: Hamish Doyne-Ditmas
  • Production Design: Dominic Watkins
  • Stunts: Roy Taylor
  • Screenplay: Craig Mazin
  • Supervising Art Director: Frank Walsh
  • Art Direction: John Frankish
  • Stunts: Jamie Edgell
  • Stunts: Cecily Fay
  • Screenplay: Evan Spiliotopoulos
  • “B” Camera Operator: Luke Redgrave
  • Second Unit Director: Simon Crane
  • Characters: Evan Daugherty
  • Stunts: Greg Townley
  • Stunts: Nellie Burroughes
  • Art Direction: Luigi Marchione
  • Executive Producer: Palak Patel
  • Set Decoration: Dominic Capon
  • Art Direction: James Lewis
  • Stunts: Vladimir Furdik
  • Stunts: David Garrick
  • Stunts: Nick McKinless
  • First Assistant Director: K.C. Colwell
  • Stunts: Damien Walters
  • Stunts: Andy Wareham
  • Stunts: Rachelle Beinart
  • Stunts: Luke Scott
  • Stunt Double: Jo Osmond
  • Stunts: Kai Martin
  • Art Direction: Tom Whitehead
  • Sound Designer: Tobias Poppe
  • Sound Designer: Erik Aadahl
  • Sound Designer: Ethan van der Ryn
  • Stunt Double: Bobby Holland Hanton
  • Visual Effects Art Director: Steve Street
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Frank A. Montaño
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Jon Taylor
  • Stunts: Douglas Robson
  • Stunt Double: Helen Steinway Bailey
  • Stunts: Stanislav Satko
  • Director: Cedric Nicolas-Troyan
  • Associate Producer: Lynda Thompson
  • Unit Production Manager: Simone Goodridge
  • Visual Effects Producer: Roma O’Connor
  • Stunt Double: Michael Sims
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Tobias Eedy
  • Stunts: Ricardo Rocca
  • Stunts: Liang Yang
  • Stunts: Danny Euston
  • Stunts: Ian Kay
  • Stunts: William Willoughby
  • Stunts: Mens-Sana Tamakloe
  • Stunts: Tony Christian
  • Stunts: Leo Woodruff
  • Stunts: Jimmy Pethrus
  • Lighting Programmer: Derek Hoffman
  • Stunts: Erol Ismail
  • Stunts: Lee Bagley
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Paul Lambert
  • Songs: Halsey
  • Stunts: Clint Elvy
  • Stunts: Chris Newton
  • Stunts: Donna Williams
  • Stunts: Maxine Whittaker
  • Stunts: Marlow Warrington-Mattei
  • Stunts: Annabel Wood
  • Stunts: Oliver Gough
  • Stunts: Tony Smart
  • Stunts: Mark Archer
  • Stunts: David R. Grant
  • Stunts: Tomas Ereminas
  • Stunts: Sina Ali
  • Stunts: Carly Michaels
  • Stunts: Oleg Podobin
  • Stunts: Edward Upcott
  • Second Assistant Director: Sallie Hard
  • Stunts: Adam Brashaw
  • Layout: Carolina Jiménez
  • Second Assistant “C” Camera: Jack Sands
  • Stunts: Rudolf Vrba
  • Stunt Double: Tilly Powell
  • Stunts: Ben Wright
  • Stunts: Zach Roberts
  • Stunts: Bogdan Kumshatsky
  • Stunts: Joseph Baxter
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Abigail Catto
  • Stunts: Dom Dumaresq
  • Stunts: David Collom
  • Stunts: Matt Crook

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **The Huntsman and his romance caught between the two evil sisters.**

    This is a sequel as well as a prequel to the 2012 film ‘Snow White and Huntsman’. It opened with the earlier story where and how the Huntsman grew up, especially the journey of his innocent childhood to a great fighter that covers in the first half an hour. And then it skips for about 7 years where the original film takes place, but immediately begins where it had ended in the first half, as well as the first film. Actually, not a bad film as I have heard of it, but same as the previous film that stands just above the average and slightly loses some decibel rating.

    The actors were good though. Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain and Charlize Theron, wow, super hot women, but sadly they are in fairytale costume. Their performances were great, but the characters, particularly the two sisters resemble the ‘Frozen’s Anna and Elsa. You can feel how desperate was the filmmakers to avoid such comparisons by viewers, so they developed the story very far from any string attached to that famous animation. In the end these things are unavoidable, since the story is not fresh enough to claim its independent status.

    Chris Hemsworth was okay, I hope he won’t return for the third film. It is a decent watch, and I think it will remain as an duology, for right now it seems a good idea. The problem is it was being made a dark-fantasy to appeal the grown ups, particularly men. But it should have been a children’s film where adults too can enjoy like the Disney’s ‘Maleficent’. Except the opening the rest of the story seemed very ordinary. Though the action sequences were enjoyable and so the film with a low expectation, or the purpose of the watch is the timepass.

    _6/10_

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: This is kind of a prequel and a sequel to Snow White and The Huntsman. It is not as impressive as the first movie but quite good anyway. I would call it a nice family movie although probably not for the youngest members of the family.

    The story is partly before and partly after the events in Snow White and The Huntsman. It is a good adventure with plenty of magic and special effects and a fair bit of action. It is a fairly straightforward story without much in terms of surprises.

    There is a bit of comical relief in particular by the dwarfs, especially when the two dwarfs following the huntsman encounters the grumpy female one and her friend.

    Apart from the classical Snow White setting, quite good special effects and quite decent action this is a fairly normal fantasy adventure movie. It is about two hours of good fun but does not really reach wow-status.

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