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One of the most delightful aspects of Tarsem’s Mirror Mirror is an out-of-left field, Bollywood-style song and dance number during the end credits, with Lily Collins singing “I Believe in Love.” The sequence is now available online and is more than worth giving a watch!

Take a look at the video below, and also be sure to check out our review of Mirror Mirror:

As written in our review, “At its best, Mirror Mirror is able to showcase the immense visual talent of Tarsem Singh, with utterly hilarious and impressively committed performances – particularly from Armie Hammer, who steals the show – and a campy, sincere, and colorful vision of the classic Snow White tale.”

This best definitely applies to the end credits sequence, which plays splendidly in the theater. Perhaps most impressive of all? Lily Collins does her own singing for this! What do you think? Will you give Mirror Mirror a chance at the theater this weekend?

Thanks to RopeofSilicon for finding this video!

  • http://twitter.com/elanorosavan Beth

    I’m sorry I just don’t get it- is this a kids movie?

    • http://hypable.com/author/jeremy-baril/ Jeremy Baril

      Erm…Yeah, kinda. But adults should enjoy it. Mind you this is the credits, no singing in the actual movie.

  • rdh014

    I thought this movie would suck, but it has actually received some great reviews. But I figure the theaters will be filled with young girls so I’m just gonna wait for the DVD.

     (Plus those costumes should definitely buy up for an Oscar consideration!)

  • Thoma7

    There should be a spoiler alert kind of this on there shouldn’t there be? what with the whole “The King is back” line and he’s standing right there…

    • Adria Tondreault

       Right before the video it is written that it comes from the “end credits”, which is a fairly good contextual clue. Spoiler warnings are great, but I’ve been on the internet long enough to know that one has to be savvy if that one intends on avoiding spoilers. Heck, I kept my laptop locked shut in the time period between buying the sixth Harry Potter book and finishing reading it. Though I must say, many movie TRAILERS today seem to have fallen into a complete movie plot bullet-point blow-by-blow list, so there’s that :/ that being said, in a fairy tale when it mentions a king disappears one might surmise he’d return and when it’s mentioned a princess and a prince exist one can deduct they’ll fall in love, so you’vent been too spoiled on the movie. Though typically Sean Bean’s role in a movie is to eventually die…he got so good at that the natural next step in his career had to be resurrection!

      • http://www.facebook.com/joana.blow Tina Byrne


  • Ronald Baggins

    Eddard Stark is here :D

  • Gina Kuo

    Are you married?

  • Tiana

    I love bollywood songs and music but I did not like this song. 

  • 7Starrchasers

    I can’t….I dont want to watch this!!

  • TheFirst

    I like it, but they could’ve turned up the volume on the vocal track.

    • akacj18

      i think the issue is the sound quality of the video. 

  • Cbarra97

    this kinda just ruined the whole movie…

    • Cbarra97

      Like now we know how it ends…

  • Vega12

    Great Fun!  Wild with witty humor and super great cast.  Snow White like you never knew before.

  • Adria Tondreault

    I was just walking past my living room to refresh my coffee last night when I saw the animated opening sequence from Mirror Mirror on the tv. I paused to watch, standing with two coffee cups in my hands, until it became so long my mom invited me to sit and join her in watching. I was spellbound. The visuals are gratuitously beautiful, the performances by the actors managed to thrill and pleasantly surprise me at every turn. I recall remarking in disbelief from time to time aloud things like, “I’ve never seen Julia Roberts play a BAD GUY!” — when I really meant “this is a typecast role typically reserved for…not another typecast altogether!” Every actor and character is compelling. Further, by the end I was gobsmacked: Snow White is a heroine who drives her own story, never once having to be rescued, her support is entirely based in filial and friendship-guided love. Absolutely worth a watch and a spot on your shelf.

  • Arman_gold69

    The song was called “I Believe,”
    and it was sung — in English — by a woman who might best be described
    as the Madonna of Iran at that time. She went by one name, Googoosh,
    and sported a pixie haircut presumably inspired by Mia Farrow. go to this page to see that video:

  • http://www.facebook.com/joana.blow Tina Byrne

    Initially, I wasn’t too sure about this movie but I really, really enjoyed it. Glad I finally had the chance to watch this little gem.

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