Collins explained, “I had to train four or five hours a day with the stunt team for like three months before and during the movie. Armie and I have a big sword-fighting sequence, which is 150 moves, and we did the entire thing ourselves for the camera.”
She added, “We never practised together until a few days prior to the scene and that made it much more real when we came to do it for the camera. I was bruised quite a lot by the end but I got really into it. It works really well on screen.”
Lily continued, “We shot the scene on fake snow, which was in fact 40 tons of salt, so that, and with our costumes, there was a lot of falling over and laughing.” Armie Hammer
recently praised his Snow White co star Lily Collins
You can catch Lily Collins and Armie Hammer in Mirror Mirror, which is set to be released on March 30 in the US and April 2 in the UK.