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Gal Gadot Evil Queen Reference or Possible Concept Art For ’Snow White’ Spotted

Disney’s live-action adaptation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, tentatively titled Snow White is gearing up to begin production soon, and while we anxiously wait for set photos, it appears some reference or concept art has leaked.

The Instagram NadiaStaceyHairMakeupDesign, which did work on 2021’s Cruella, appears to have accidently shared a photos with two team members who are reuniting to work on Snow White. In the background of the photo we can see two pieces of art for the Evil Queen and Old Hag look, both of which look faithful to the animated classic.

The images could just be reference art used to help hair and makeup teams and even costume designers bring the look of these characters to life. The Evil Queen and Hag images arent something ive seen online personally, so, there is a small chance this is concept art for Gal Gadot, who is playing the classic Disney Villain. While the art isn’t the final look for these characters, it’s cool to see that they are attempting to be as faithful to Walt Disney’s animated classic as possible.

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Rachel Zegler stars as Disney’s first princess alongside Andrew Burnap as the Jonathan, a new character created for the film, and Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot as the Evil Queen. Musical rehearsals have begun, while the film is expected to shoot next month in London. 

Snow White will be directed by Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer, Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man films), while Marc Platt (La La Land) will produce. La La Land‘s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul will also be working on providing the music for the film, reportedly helping to expand on the story and score from the original classic. Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) also wrote a recent draft of the script.

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