MelBelle22 wrote:What I didn't like was that she has very dark skin and is not a natural blonde...so they had to put so much makeup on her to make her look pale and the dye job they did was hoooorrriiiibleeee. I guess from the books I got this image of a supermodel, drop dead, blonde bombshell vixen.She also has some serious curves which make her sexy, just like Rosalie should be! And Nikki is very beautiful - just maybe not in the way I pictured Rosalie. But when you think about it...I don't know if anyone could have found a girl who would compare to Rosalie, considering she is the most beautiful woman/vampire to walk the earth. Those are some pretty HUGE shoes to fill!
I honestly think...that if they do a better dye job on her hair for the next movies...I will be a happy camper =] Haha I think that is pretty much the only thing that really bugs me is that you can see atleast an inch of her dark roots!!
Way to go, Nikki, you rock!
slightlyobsessed wrote:I just saw the movie again tonight, and I was finally (after five times) able to look past Edward, Jasper, and Carlisle to see the vampires of the feminine persuasion.
I've never felt that Rosalie was cast correctly.When I was imagining Rosalie from the books I pictured some tall, waif-ish supermodel type that treated every walk like a cat walk.
But then I got to thinking. Rosalie comes from a different era whose opinions on beauty differ enitrely from our current ideas. Rosalie, and Nikki Reed, are classic beauties. Like a Marilyn Monroe or an Audrey Hepburn. They have grace, curves, and flaws. I am in NO WAY saying that Nikki Reed can come close to these women in beauty or in poise, but every once in a while you can see the shadow of their existence in Nikki.
It's taken almost half a dozen times to see it, but maybe they weren't completely off the mark when they picked Nikki.
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