Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by Blue_Jedi33, Nov 11, 2012.
those eyes freak you out ?
Here is another one of Sarah Hyland.
The Head eyes are good, but the body eyes aren't.
I have to admit, eye candy is one thing, but too big is just distracting and takes away from the movie, is that your point ?
Because I agree, but it shouldn't be a deal breaker if she is the best actress, they could give her the Carrie Fisher treatment.
Maybe this is better....
sexy and scary at the same time?
Maybe not, but they ent back and dealt with the younger versions of the original series characters. They were well developed and interesting, which is what I meant by showing how the PT should be done. Had Abrams done the PT also maybe it would have turned out as good as Star Trek did. He obviously knows how to go back to the beginning.
After 24 pages of images, I am starting to wonder whether or not this thread has become a proxy for Maxim.
Nah, Maxim uses non-actress's too, more like a proxy for "The hot women of IMDb"
Check out this list, we still have lots to pick from in the coming months
There are some actresses that the last time we saw them they were teen girls now they are women.
Like Emily Osment from Hannah Montana
If you prefer you leading lady to be less well endowed but still pretty
As a side note this lady might actually be linked to royalty as she has been linked to Prince Harry, she is English
The person who guesses right in this thread should get a prize!
Very strange in my last post the website subbed a completely different picture to what I originally posted.
Let me try again.....
I don't know about the whole Maxim thing but something tells me that we're not talking about Jedi anymore.
I don't like Alice Eve. At. All.!
Most of the women in the pictures posted in this thread are pretty, not many of them are well endowed, and a couple are just scary looking--would make for credible female Sith Lords (or would it be Sith Lady?)
Can any of these girls act? They're all very pretty, but if they can't deliver a line, what's the point.
-_- .....I don't think you're getting the point of this thread.....
I see.....well carry on then.
This question has been asked many times, I suggest you research them on IMBd, if you doubt their acting talents, so you can see what they have acted in.
Granted some of these ladies haves skinny acting resumes, but look at Carrie Fishers' acting resume before Star Wars, it was very shallow. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000402/
In my opinion casting these roles actually calls for them to dress up as a Jedi and wield a lightsabre prop, interact with the original actors BEFORE a final selection is made.
As this thread has illustrated there is many awesome actresses to choose from, some undoubtedly would prove they can't pull it off. But I am sure there are many that could.
I reiterate my vote for Emilia Clarke:
From now on when somebody makes a suggestion I will say if I think if they could pull off the nuances of a Jedi.
Emilia has demonstrated the right range in Game of Thrones, so yes.
And just when I think I have run out it always seems that I find another....
Laci J. Mailey from Falling Skies
I have also enjoyed Yvonne Strahovski as Hannah Mckay in Dexter this year, although mentioned early here are more pics.
Shame on you, sir, and on me for taking part.
I'd soon tell you what to do with your PT opinions, but it would go off topic.
This thread is about fine women we'd like in Star Wars.
Again - shame on you.
Delivering a line is not acting.
Steve McQueen, Errol Flynn and John Wayne could deliver lines a plenty and carried every movie they were in to greatness.
They weren't "actors" though.
I don't want Star Wars to be an "indie, character drama".
I want heroes, villains, robots, aliens, spaceships and lightsabres. And I want some of those to be portrayed and/or wielded by nice looking females.
My goodness. There are so many.
I'm really glad I'm not a casting director.