Three more girls are cast to play Renesmee in ‘Breaking Dawn’
As you all know 10 year old Mackenzie Foy plays the half vampire half human daughter of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) in Breaking Dawn Part II. The new reports say Summit Entertainment has cast three more girls to play Renesmee in the movie.
The newly cast Renesmee depicters are Eliza Faria, 5, Rachel St. Gelais, 6, and Sierra Pitkin – young actresses will play Renesmee in different ages – Mackenzie’s head will be digitally superimposed on their bodies to show her rapid growth.
Eliza Faria (Kid’s Court) will play Renesmee at the age of five.
Rachel St. Gelais (The Blind Side) will play Renesmee’s body at the age of six.
And finally, Sierra Pitkin (Juno, The Traveler, Fringe, Hiccups) will provide the oldest body for Mackenzie Foy’s head.
As reported earlier, director Bill Condon is going to use digital effects similar to those used in The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button to age Mackenzie Foy and make her look as if she’s 17 years old. In the movie Renesmee will grow to the age of 17 in only seven years.
What do you guys think about using other girls’ bodies for Renesmee in Breaking Down?
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