\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n"Brett Cooper Clears the Air: 'Snow White and the Evil Queen' Film Embraces Timeless Values, Not MAGA Conservatism" Brett Cooper, the talented actress set to grace the screens in the upcoming Snow White and the Evil Queen film from Bentkey, a subsidiary of The Daily Wire, has something to say. She wants to set the record straight \u2013 this isn't going to be a "MAGA conservative movie." Phew!\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIn a recent YouTube video, Cooper shared her thoughts on a TikTok video by YouTuber Ryan Kinel, who believes people just want some propaganda-free entertainment. Cooper agrees and emphasizes that they're not here to mess with Snow White's essence. Instead, they want to stay true to the timeless values that made us all fall in love with the classic fairy tale.\r\n\r\nREAD: \u201cBatman: Arkham Knight Unleashes Exciting New \u2018The Batman\u2019 DLC for Free\u201d\r\nReclaiming Timeless Values\r\nIn her video, Cooper reminds us of the core values they aim to uphold. She lists them out with passion: "Values like love, kindness, friendship, inner beauty versus vanity, and yes, even romance for Pete's sake because apparently, that's missing in 2023." She's got a point \u2013 who wouldn't want a little romance in their lives?\r\n\r\nCooper also addresses some comments about her hair being too short for Snow White. She calmly explains that in the original Grimm story, Snow White rocked long locks, which were more accurate for the time period they're targeting. So there!\r\nA Refreshing Take on Snow White\r\nThe Daily Wire and Bentkey dropped a teaser for the film, set to premiere on the streaming platform in 2024. During a presentation, The Daily Wire co-founder Jeremy Boreing shares their hopes and dreams. They want to follow in Disney's footsteps, the Disney from "once upon a time," a little studio with big ideas and the courage to chase them. It's a bit like trying to catch the magic of Disney's past, minus the pricey tickets and long lines.\r\n\r\nBoreing pays homage to Walt Disney, who risked it all to create Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Critics back then called it "Disney's Folly," but it turned into a smashing success. "Everything you see today from Disney was made possible by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," Boreing emphasizes. It's like Snow White was Disney's golden egg-laying goose.\r\nA Tale of Two Snow Whites\r\nBoreing isn't thrilled about Disney's latest Snow White remake. He quotes the new Snow White, Rachel Zegler, saying, "She's not going to be saved by the prince, and she's not going to be dreaming about true love. She's dreaming about becoming the leader she knows she can be." It's quite the twist, isn't it?\r\n\r\nAccording to Boreing, Disney has forgotten its roots, deviating from the timeless truths that ancient fairy tales were all about. He believes Disney's Snow White is an apology for their past and a gateway to the popular yet destructive lies of today. It's like Disney's version is saying, "Sorry for being classic, here's some modern complexity."\r\n\r\nA New Fairy Tale for the Kids\r\n\r\nIn a surprising move, The Daily Wire is launching a kids entertainment company. They're even brewing up their own live-action feature film about a princess and a prince. It's all about beauty, vanity, love, and its magical power to bring us from death to life. It's an adaptation of an ancient fairy tale, and it's coming in 2024. The title? You guessed it \u2013 Snow White and the Evil Queen.\r\n\r\nSo, what do you think about Brett Cooper's take on Snow White and the Evil Queen? Are you ready to dive into this fresh yet familiar fairy tale? Well, one thing's for sure, Snow White is stepping into a whole new world of adventures, and we can't wait to see what unfolds.