She drew a clear line between Snow and Bella to Film Ink:
“It is fairly common to have your story as a woman, even if you’re the protagonist, facilitated by all of the male characters,” she said. “It’s so rare to have a female lead character being so proactive. She pushes her own story forward, rather then being affected by all of the outside elements. Hopefully we do that, I’m really proud to be a part of something like that. It’s always food for women to feel empowered.”
Snow White hits theaters June 1. Breaking Dawn – Part 2 will be released November 16.