The release date of Disney's Snow White remake has been delayed by a year, as a first-look image for the film has been revealed.
Rotten Tomatoes announced the delay on X — formerly Twitter — where a first-look image was also shared. The statement read: Our first look at Rachel Zegler as #SnowWhite. The Disney live-action remake has been delayed one year and will now release on March 21, 2025."
— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) October 27, 2023
The Hollywood actors' strike continues as SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP, which represents over 350 studios and production companies, have yet to reach a deal.
The WGA strike has recently ended, but many movies and TV shows remain delayed until a deal between SAG-AFTRA and industry CEOs has been agreed.
Talks have recently resumed, with SAG-AFTRA posting an optimistic update to its Instagram page yesterday (October 26). The post read: "Today, we passed a comprehensive counter across the table to the CEOs and while talks for the day have ended, our committee just completed working internally tonight. We are scheduled to meet across the table again tomorrow."
The remake's lead actress Zegler was photographed last year after she stepped into the role of Snow White for the film. The actress was seen wearing the Princess' iconic blue and yellow gown paired with comfy UGG boots whilst taking a break from filming.
Disney's Snow White will be released on March 21, 2025.
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