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This Horrific Snow White Theory Changes Everything About The Disney Movie

Besides the talk of a prince who rarely appears and a heavenly castle to get to, one part of the theory argues, “After the Queen has made the poisoned apple and looks up the antidote that states ‘sleeping death can be revived only [by] love’s first kiss,’ she says with certainty, ‘There’s no fear in that!'” The Redditor continues, “She very clearly (supposedly) saw the Prince and Snow White together in the courtyard.” Might the queen have known the prince would never get to Snow White and that she merely imagined him finally coming to break the spell?

Redditor u/Typical_Humanoid argued against the idea, writing, “I don’t think the prince is imaginary. The dwarfs clearly reacted to him when he revived Snow and rode off with her,” which the original poster rebuffed, saying, “Are we sure that’s what really happened? Or was that a part of her imagination in the afterlife?” It certainly leaves room for thought during a magic-induced slumber. However, call us old fashioned, but the version that ends with a happily ever after is still our favorite. 

Perhaps this alteration could find its way into the upcoming remake of the classic fairy tale that’s being given the live-action treatment. To learn more about that version, starring Rachel Zegler and Gal Gadot, check out everything we know about the “Snow White” live-action remake’s release date, cast, director, and more.

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