Twilight -Renesmee reveiled

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  1. JWandBump

    JWandBump Well-Known Member

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    Hey i found this on the daily mail website.. The link kept messing up so i just copied the text..

    This is Robert Patinson and Kristen Stewart's half-vampire, half-human child in Twilight.
    Mackenzie Foy, aged 10, has landed one of the most coveted roles in Hollywood playing Renesmee, the super-fast growing offspring of Edward Cullen (Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Stewart).
    She will take on the role in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

    Here the link i think its working now :)
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowb...tewarts-baby-Twilight-Meet-Mackenzie-Foy.html
     

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  2. Kitten

    Kitten Mummy to Theakston & Nyah

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    But in the books she never gets older than a toddler even though she's only like 3 weeks old, why have they cast a 10 year old?!
     
  3. Char.due.jan

    Char.due.jan Mummy to Luke

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    Bad casting there :/
     
  4. Lexi's Mummy

    Lexi's Mummy Linzi xx

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    i agree. everyone says shes the perfect renesmee but how can she be shes well too big :wacko: xx
     
  5. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    Would they be able to get a 3 year old to do the things they need her to do though?
     
  6. Char.due.jan

    Char.due.jan Mummy to Luke

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    Maybe not, but a 10 year old is far too old to resemble a 3 year old.. Surely they could of cast someone younger
     
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    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    I dont think she looks 10, i think she looks a lot younger.
     
  8. Lexi's Mummy

    Lexi's Mummy Linzi xx

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    she definately doesnt resemble the books version of renesmee, she looks wayy older than renesmee would be durin the battle, nevermind whilst she is being witnessed xx
     
  9. lepaskilf

    lepaskilf Guest

    i like her!
     
  10. KittyVentura

    KittyVentura Autism Mum

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    I think she's a good choice. She's beautiful and whimsical looking. The books dwell on her maturity and there's NO way they could get a younger actress to portray her accurately. It's an older child or CGI... and so I'm glad they've gone this way xx
     
  11. oOKayOo

    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    :lol:

    She is the perfect Reneseme , she looks like Rob and Kristin. She isnt doing the parts of Baby renenseme , she is doing the older child ones ( remember at toddler age Nessie was the size of a 5 year old) Two other girls are doing the younger ones , which they will then CGI Mackenzies face onto it.
     
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    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    Oh and when this news came out about 6 months or so ago there was a petition to get Mackenzie Foy as Renenseme , and Bill Condon ( the director) is listening to what the fans want, to make Breaking Dawn the best yet.

    It'll be amazing , the way they are doing it in the movie is amazing too , just wait and see :)
     
  13. Sherileigh

    Sherileigh Well-Known Member

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    I think she's perfect!! Such a beautiful child...!
     

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