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Robert Pattinson calls Bella “the most convincing vampire”

Kristen Stewart

By Kim Palacios

hollywoodnews.com: Let’s hope that Robert Pattinson’s recent comment that Bella will be the “most convincing vampire” is a sign that Stephenie Meyer’s book description will finally be honored. In the original text, Meyer describes the immortals as devastatingly beautiful, yet the styling of the vamps in the previous films has come under fire.

“A lot of us look like we’re just from Mars,” said Pattinson to USA Today, echoing the sentiments of some fans. “She’s kind of the smallest one, but she suits being a vampire.” Midway through “Breaking Dawn”, Meyer’s Bella character will finally be granted what she has requested since the conclusion of “Twilight”—to be changed into an immortal.

Counterintuitive casting may be the culprit for feelings that some of the vamps didn’t quite hit the mark. The pale, sparkly makeup and color contacts alone have been a photographic challenge, worsened seriously by the fundamental alteration of every single vamp. Thus far, Ashley Greene is the only Cullen who maintains anything close to her natural hair color, though its spiky style has been reinvented in each film. Perhaps Bella will become the most convincing vampire due to the fictional character’s resemblance to the real life Kristen Stewart.

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