Monday, May 21, 2012

Snow White and The Huntsman Funtime Giveaway!



Another contest?? Hooray!! This time, we're celebrating the release of Snow White & The Hunstman aka the movie I wanted to hate, but then I saw the first trailer and was like, oh crap, I really want to see this now. I've also seen extended footage at both Wondercon and CinemaCon and loved it, plus Charlize Theron's appearances at both have cemented my shift from disliking her to loving her, which began with one of my favorite performances of the year in Young Adult. She's just so apologetically sassy! So if you too are looking forward to this movie, then this contest is for you. Hooray free stuff!!!!!

Two winners will receive the following:

SWATH T-Shirt
SWATH Nail Polish
SWATH Necklace
SWATH Cell Phone Mirror
SWATH Sling Bag
SWATH Lip Gloss

To enter, just follow the directions in the handy dandy rafflecopter below! The winner will be chosen randomly on Monday, June 4th.

Please keep in mind that this giveaway is US only, but if you are international and you have a buddy who lives in the states who is down to enter for you, then ship the package off to you if you win, that is a-okay!!

Happy contest entering, guys! :)




28 comments:

angie said...

My fave fairy tale adaptation is Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

Chantaal said...

Aaaahhh so awesome! Want!

My fave adaptation is the Fables comic series. SO GOOD.

Lushaholic said...

Definitely the Fables comic series. Even though I fell out of it awhile ago because I didn't have money to keep up with it, the progression of that story was pretty terrific.

Whitney said...

Fables. Hands down.

Though I am extremely fond of Once Upon a Time these days for turning the Disney versions in and around themselves.

Unknown said...

Definitely Fables. How could you go wrong? Snow White! Bigby! Boy Blue! THE ADVERSARY. It's awesome.

Lina said...

I think I am going to have to go the oldie-but-goodie route and say that Ella Enchanted has my vote. I think it sort of set the bar as far as fairy tale adaptations go. Or at least that is what my inner!9-year-old says.

Alee said...

Gotta love Fables.

Silberwhatever said...

Yep. All about Fables!

Ashley said...

I love Fables, too, but I'm a sucker for Robin McKinley books and Disney movies. Beauty and the Beast is probably my favorite.

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Jen said...

Robin McKinley's Rosie is my favorite :)

gdub said...

The Tinker books by Wen Spencer.

Samantha said...

I'm all about Once Upon a Time. I love the way they interpret the stories and connect them together.

Stephanie said...

I'm going to have to say Alice from Alice in Wonderland...SyFy channel has had several good movies featuring Alice and the other characters from the orgional.
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genjadeshade said...

The trailers for this have really made me want to see it now!

throuthehaze said...

Fables!

Maggie said...

My current favorite adaptation is the new series Grimm. In particular, the twist in the Cinderella story where Cinderella was the villain.

1337 h4x0r ch1x said...

I'm just starting to read the entire Fables series, and I'm liking it a lot so far!

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CarolineB said...

I agree with Fables, and I also love Disney's Beauty and the Beast. I liked Mirror Mirror as well (Tarsem Singh is the best). If Guillermo Del Toro and Emma Watson ever make that rumored adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, I would be all over it.

wickedgoddess said...

I'm almost embarassed to admit I haven't read Fables. I've meant too....

Anyway, I have a lot of love for Snow White: A Tale of Terror, with Sigourney Weaver as the Wicked Queen. I am hoping this movie compare favorably to that one.

Summer said...

I love Hoodwinked - that counts, right?

ellamyluv said...

I definitely have to say Once Upon A Time on tv! I have never been this addicted to a tv show before!lol I seriously LOVE it!
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crwilliams said...

My have is Alice in Wonderland.

776233f0-4e03-11e1-8277-000f20980440 said...

My favorite is The Twelve Dancing Princesses. It is retold by Heather Dixon, in a young adult book called Entwined (2011). It is AMAZING and beautiful and sweet and appropriate for ages above young adult.

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