We bet she is, Rupert.
Now, we're not normally massively excited about the Director's commentary part of the bonus features. After all, it's usually just a man/woman we don't know talking over our favourite bits of the film.
However, that's not the case when it comes to Snow White & The Huntsman. Not when the director 'commentating' is Rupert Sanders, and his leading lady is Kristen Stewart - who he was snapped sharing cheaty, steamy car snogs with. THE DRAMAH.
"First time we see Kristen Stewart!" enthuses Rup when Kstew first appears as Snow White on screen. "Her accent was flawless, she did such an amazing job on it."
"Kristen is really amazing," he says later, when talking about Snow White's big speech. "She almost loses her voice in the emotion of it all - it really permeates."
Rupert also reveals that he often asked Kristen for advice on the script. "I carried the speech around in my pocket," he says. "I'd sit down with Kristen at lunch breaks and say, 'what do you think?"
And admits later on: "Kristen and I went out to the empty set together." [to practice the speech]
Said dramah does, however, make it difficult not to hear deep significance in even the most innocent of comments made by Rup.
We'll give you an example.
"I'll be commentating with two of my closest collaborators" - says Rupert at the beginning of the feature.
PAH, not your closest collaborator Rup, we sniggered to ourselves. We imagine nobody got closer to you than KStew, eh? Yes, we are immature.
'She's very athletic,' Rupert says of Kstew later in the commentary. We BET she is, our pervy minds chuckled.
You get the idea. Intriguing though, isn't it?
The Director's Commentary is a bonus feature on Snow White & The Huntsman DVD, out to own from 1st October 2012.