Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron and Sam Claflin were on hand to talk to MTV News recently about the second of two films to be released this year concerning the famous Grimm Tales' story 'Snow White.' The quartet star in the film 'Snow White and The Huntsman,' and as well as answering frivolous questions, also had to reply to rather more thought provoking queries about how they perceived themselves as actors, in relation to what the wicked Queen sees in the magic mirror when looking at it.
"I think we all have our insecurities and whatever," said Hemsworth first, "Do I like who I see in the mirror? Yeah, I like myself because I feel like I'm a good person, and I think in the film, the Queen is there and obsessed with beauty on the surface. I think the message is it's what's underneath that counts and that's what's going to survive and conquer at the end of the day."
Stewart meanwhile commented "I'm still fully and completely overtly aware of my insecurities. My palms are sweating right now, I was raised well. My parents are really great. They've always told me the right things about how you should feel - I mean, there's no should. That was the whole thing: 'Be yourself, baby doll.'" So there you go, the guys are completely comfortable in their own skin. Good to know.