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Kristen Stewart is known for her grunge-inspired look but revealed that Adele is her latest musical inspiration

The Twilight actress admitted that she has been using Adele’s latest album, 21, to help her mentally choreograph action scenes for her latest movie Snow White & The Huntsman.

She said: “I'm pretty wrapped up in her. I've choreographed whole marches with my army behind me to Adele's new album. It's really good for the story. It's almost oddly too good for it; like it hit the nail right on the head.”

Citing the chart topping hits Rolling in the Deep and Someone Like You as her favourites, Kristen described the British singer as ‘incredible’.

Snow White & the Huntsman is the fantasy adaptation of the classic fairy tale. Starring Stewart in the lead role, the film is directed by Rupert Sanders and also stars Oscar-winning Charlize Theron as the malevolent Evil Queen. Click here for an exclusive look at the trailer for the film.

Words by Dipal Acharya

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