Kristen Stewart and Sam Claflin revealed the hurt and hard work that went into making their fairytale fantasy blockbuster 'Snow White And The Huntsman' at a question and answer session yesterday.
Stewart told MTV: "I think it was way more about getting ready to go through hell rather than learning fight sequences and stuff. Every time I learned something, it was so not right [for the character]. Everything that I do in the movie, I could physically do."
The event , which was hosted by the music channel ahead of their Movie Awards, saw the stars in playful mood, despite their hardships. They even eyed each other mildly flirtatiously, perhaps as a result of the relief of shared hardship they endured on the film having ended.
Claflin did mention that it was Chris Hemsworth he looked to for inspiration rather than the sultry Stewart, and the actor appears to have a bit of a man crush on his co-star, saying of the Thor actor: "Way to make you feel less of a man. I think the producers wanted me to be him, but he couldn't play both parts. I was training quite a lot. One day I was on set when he took his top off and said, 'Can you hold this?' and [his stomach] is literally an ironing board."
He did however reveal that he had to work hard to engage with the physicality of his own role, saying: "It was hard. It was very hard work."
PHOTOS: Kristen Stewart and Sam Claflin At Snow White And The Huntsman Q&A