VIDEO: Rachel Zegler confirms in interview that new 'Snow White' won't be saved by the prince, but dream about becoming the leader she knows she can be KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, July 24, 2023

VIDEO: Rachel Zegler confirms in interview that new 'Snow White' won't be saved by the prince, but dream about becoming the leader she knows she can be

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Rachel Zegler confirms in interview that new 'Snow White' won't be saved by the prince, but dream about becoming the leader she knows she can be. 


Some conservatives are now melting down because the new Snow White changed a bit from the 1937 version. It is now a story which teaches young girls to be true leaders in the world instead of "finding true love".  

Rachel Zegler said: "It's not 1937. She’s not gonna be saved by the prince and she’s not going to be dreaming about true love. She’s dreaming about becoming the leader she knows she can be."

As a father with a young daughter, I teach her that she can be anything she wants to be if she really wants it. I put focus on her being happy by forging her own path rather pressuring her to find true love. 

In an interview from Variety from last year’s D23 Expo, Rachel Zegler and Gal Gadot talked about the fact that the new Snow White will see significant updates from the 1937 animated film, with Snow White herself having significantly more agency than in the previous story. 

Sources say the new version will show Prince Charming walking up to the bed where Snow White lies cold and dead under the evil queen's spell. He will then try to get her to wake up so she can sign a consent form. After several unsuccessful attempts, he will walk away like the true feminist hero he is. The movie ends with a time-lapse of Snow White slowly wasting away until she's nothing but dust. In 1937 just 24% of women were in the workforce. Most were forced to stay home and never pursue their ambitions.  

Imagine telling your kid that they can't see Snow White because you don't approve of Snow White's race or the message within the movie.

While Rachel Zegler’s statement that it’s not 1937 anymore might seem obvious, some corners of social media are apparently upset by any form of update to the story, including the fact that Snow White will no longer be “saved” by the Prince in this new version of the film. The fact that an interview from months ago is being dredged up at this point shows a concerted effort by some to want to slam the movie over stuff we already knew was happening-- despite the fact that any actual live-action Snow White movie details are few.

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