Most kids would love a chance to ride horses and play with swords, but 'Twilight' actress Kristen Stewart, who had to do all of this and more in her new movie 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' wasn't all too pleased.
I got to jump off cliffs and ride horses, and that terrifies me, Stewart said Saturday during a WonderCon panel according to People magazine. I was really, really not happy about having to do all that [horseback riding]. I don't like that -- I hate that.
The actress' hatred of horses stems from an accident suffered during childhood.
I fell off a horse once and hurt myself really badly, she said. I broke and dislocated my elbow when I was, like, nine.
Stewart plays the lead role of Snow White in the remake of the fairytale classic, which also co-stars Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman and Charlize Theron as Queen Ravenna.
While she suffered some injuries on set -- she tore a ligament in her thumb and suffered a foot injury -- the actress tried not to think about her fear of horses so she could fully commit to the role.
I've always wanted to do a f---ing bad--- action movie because they're cool, she said.
My favorite thing about [Snow White] is that she's endowed with so much and there's so much inside her, she added. It's like she's brimming. She doesn't always necessarily know why. I can -- in so many different parts of my life -- relate to that and love that about her. So it was cool to have that all behind kicking the s--t out of someone.
'Snow White and the Huntsman' is set to release June 1.
View the trailer for the movie below.