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!
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