Since there doesn't appear to be one, and a pre-release thread alone will not do.
Don't expect too much of this. It works in fits and spurts; there's some solid acting here, even from Stewart, underlined by a lovely score and some really strong photography and FX work/creature design. But it's also incredibly long, probably over what it needed to be by about 15 minutes, as well as horribly paced, and it hammers home the same damn character beats for Hemsworth and Theron relentlessly.
Tightened up, this could have been a really magical bit of fantasy blockbusting. But it sags and drags far too much in each act and is too fascinated with superfluous material. Honestly, I don't see any need for Sam Calfin's character with the Huntsman enjoying such an increased role from the original fairy tale, other than the fact that Rupert Sanders fervently believes a princess needs a prince (and a woman needs to be conflicted between choosing Boy A or Boy B). William doesn't do anything that's really necessary, at least nothing so singular to him that the Huntsman couldn't have done it himself without things getting weird.
Basically, it's overstuffed. Theron's a hoot, making the most of a character who spends half her time screaming declarative statements and clunky threats at everyone. She hams it up with gusto. And if you're a fan of Hemsworth's charisma, you'll like him here, too. For her own part, Stewart is pretty good, though she really doesn't act with her eyes whatsoever and I don't think she physically fits in the role.
Probably a nice, even "C" from me. Do keep in mind that I've seen nothing but shit releases in the last few weeks, so I might just be thankful for something that isn't total dreck.