"Snow White and the Huntsman" doesn't hit theaters until June 1, but we already have information about the film's soundtrack — and just who will be involved in it.
Namely, Florence and the Machine, who will channel all their ethereal, otherworldly magic into a brand-new song — called "Breath of Life" — for the "Huntsman" soundtrack. We've yet to hear "Breath," but thanks to the good folks at Universal, we know it's one of many songs featured on the soundtrack and comes backed by a full orchestra and choir.
At press time, there's still no info on who else will join Florence Welch on the soundtrack or when it will be released, but Flo definitely seems like a natural fit for the film, which stars Kristen Stewart as the titular heroine, Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen and Chris Hemsworth as the other titular character, the Huntsman. Judging by an early trailer for the film, this most certainly isn't your mom's adaptation of Snow White. Instead, it gets plenty dark and features Snow in full battle mode, armor and all.
Late last year, Stewart praised the film and said she was having such a good time filming "Huntsman" that she was already open to making sequels. In particular, she loved punching Hemsworth in the kisser.
"It made such a sound, it was in a scene," Stewart recalled of the big moment. "Girls, if you've ever wondered if it works, it works. It literally spun him right around. I was supposed to miss him by this much. I basically knocked him right out of his close-up. It'll definitely be in the movie."