With a résumé like that, you'd think Ms. White would have her own reality TV show, or at least a guest spot on "Glee." Instead, she's spent recent years in relative obscurity while other literary goddesses -- namely Cinderella -- hogged the limelight.
But that's about to change in a big way. The sweet-natured lass, who has hung around for centuries, is poised to become Hollywood's newest "it" girl. Again.
The Snow White comeback tour kicks off Sunday when she -- in the form of actress Ginnifer Goodwin -- assumes major prominence in "Once Upon a Time," an enchanting ABC drama from two former "Lost" writers. Reviews mostly have been positive, with "Rolling Stone" lauding Goodwin for making history as the first "hot" Snow White.
Things heat up even more next year when rival live-action projects arrive at the cineplex. First up in March is a yet-to-be-titled film from Relativity Media that casts Lily Collins in the role (and Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen). Then, in June, comes Universal's "Snow White and the Huntsman," with Kristen Stewart as the snowy one.
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