Lily Collins scored another cover on the promotional trail for the film that went from “Untitled” to “Brothers Grimm: Snow White” to “Mirror Mirror” to “Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures Of Snow White” (it’s understandable they need to be easily distinguishable from Snow White & The Huntsman, but PICK A NAME, ALREADY).
There’s a focus on Collins eyebrows and an interview that’s more of the same as her profile in Seventeen.
On her initial response when going for acting gigs: “When I was initially meeting with agencies, I remember one of them asked me, ‘What makes you so special? There are tons of sons and daughters and nieces and nephews of [celebrities]; you don’t have anything! Come back and we’ll talk.’ And I was like, ‘You don’t get me at all!’ Because I’ve never come from that.”
On the assumptions made because of her famous father, Phil Collins: “A lot of people’s perception is that I don’t have to work my way to get in a room because someone is always interested in the last name, but I always say that personality opens doors, but character keeps them open. Everyone can have something special to get them in, but once you’re in, it’s sort of like, ‘Okay, so?’ I felt like I needed to be completely confident within myself and know what I wanted to go after and what I was passionate about before I put myself out there.”
On landing the role of Snow White: “Growing up in the English countryside, I would go out into the fields and create my own stories, and I would run around as if I was in a movie. That’s why, for me, playing Snow White was a crazy dream come true, because I’ve always been someone who would read books and then go and make a movie in my head.” – via Seventeen Magazine.