Stephenie Meyer on casting Mackenzie Foy to play Renesmee in ‘Breaking Dawn’
Twilight Saga’s author Stephenie Meyer took to Facebook to share her opinion on newly cast Mackenzie Foy who’ll play Renesmee in Breaking Dawn.
Stephenie said she was very excited to welcome Mackenzie to the Twilight family and thought Summit Entertainment and Bill Condon had found the perfect actress to play Edward and Bella’s half-human/half vampire daughter Renesmee.
Very excited about our new Renesmee, Mackenzie Foy. She’s an amazing young actress and I’m excited to work with her,” Meyer wrote on Breaking Dawn’s Facebook page.
The news about Mackenzie Foy joining Breaking Dawn broke two weeks ago. According to EW, Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon will use digital effects similar to those used in The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button to age Mackenzie Foy, 9, to make her look as if she’s 17 years old. In the movie Renesmee will grown to the age of 17 in only seven years.
Breaking Dawn crew starts filming later this month. The first part of the movie will be released on November 18, 2011.
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn will become Mackenzie’s big screen debut.
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