malaz wrote:^it would be great if they could use CGI but then it has to be believable and good looking otherwise i would laugh. i was trying sooo hard not to do that with the twilight movie, the special effects were humourous at the very least, but i swear i love the movie, i do...but come on, they were not good (the SE)
but using CGI with taylor will inlove alot of $$$ and i am pretty sure Summit doesn't have enough money for that.
^ well if they do that, then they have to re-cast Sam & Embry as well.
Nikki Reed was shorter then Ashley Greene yet they still did things to make Rosalie taller than Alice. They can do the same for Taylor.
malaz wrote:new moon pg 131 states
"jacob had grown into some of his potential in the last eight months. he'd passed that point where the soft muscles of his childhood hardened into solid, lanky build of a teenger; the tendons and veins had become promnent under the red-brown skin of his arms, his hands. hif face was still sweet like I remember it, though it had hardened, too--the planes of his cheekbones sharper, his jaw squared off, all childish roundness gone."
new moon pg 362 states
"jacob had changed radically in the last weeks since i'd seen him..." and i am sure you know the rest.
No the changes are not insignificant, if you read the the paragraph again, the context simply states that jacob changed, and alot but his changes were insignifcant to how his face lacked emotion or whatever. it's the same as bella, she was happy when edward was with her, when edward left, her eyes had no "light" or whatever...that's at least what i got from the paragraph.
and SM said that in newmoon jacob looks...different, very different. she said something along the lines "if they get a new actor for new moon, it will stay true to the book, because when bells says "oh hey there jacob, WOW you changed alot" that would be nailing it exactly" (paraphrasing) i'll have to find that article.
page 131- I think Taylor hitting the gym 5 days a week will most def'n help him with the whole "soft muscles of his childhood hardened into solid...."
page 362- i think you mean pg 262...yeah?
well Taylor has the short hair, make-up can make his face look like his aged, again; hitting the gym 5 days a week will help with the shoulders, neck, etc look like its "thicker & enormous", and he has that russet skin.
Please link the article, I will really like to read it!