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Thread Manager 09-06-2013 04:56 PM

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jaymes_e06 09-06-2013 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by teagone (Post 26802759)
Uhh, males are considerably larger than females and can put on muscle a lot easier due to excessive testosterone. That's not really a fair (or logical) comparison to back up what you're arguing. But since you used males as an example, here's an article of two hardgainers who put in the work to bulk up: http://bonytobeastly.com/the-tale-of-two-ectomorphs/

If those two gents could do it on their own in 4 months, imagine what Hollywood funded trainers or Gym Jones could do in 8 to 9 (Cavill trained for a total of 9 months for Man of Steel).

Alright perhaps unfair example for the guys but I gave a female example too or did you just glaze over that and only read what you wanted to read? My point is that some people are just prepositioned to be a certain body frame. The same can be said about another WW contender from a while back Oddette Yustman who has admittedly not been able to gain weight no matter how hard she tries. Some peoples body chemistry just doesn't work to attain enough muscle mass to be considered imposing. Jessica Biel has the most ideal frame for WW but she isn't much of an actress.

ArmsHeldOut 09-06-2013 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by teagone (Post 26802759)
Cavill trained for a total of 9 months for Man of Steel.

Cavill has more of a mesomorph body type (or a combination of meso and ecto). The actor's a bit on the small boned side, but he has a good wide frame and a slower metabolism, which allows for quicker mass building. His huge transformation for MOS was certainly a feat worthy of admiration. To quote another Hype member, "I think the cornerstones of male aesthetics are the V shape, muscle definition, abdominals and size/symmetry, and Cavill's excels at all."

Any Carolina 09-06-2013 05:22 PM

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Teagone and Jonwo

Well, I would like to adapt WW The New 52.

Brian Azzarello delivers one of the best sources of character from The New 52. Actually, this is not an origin story, but the writer can show us all about the roots of the Amazon Princess amid a plot involving a conflict with Greek deities (the way everyone expected). Even better, he altered a crucial element of the source without damaging the mythological concept of the character, which gave the title a load dramatic as never seen in years of their stories. A master balcony! In the first few numbers Azzarello leaves hooks and more hooks that will continue yielding excellent adventures for Wonder Woman.

I want a more nude makeup but with the traditional red lipstick.

I want straighter hair, but with a ondulamentos and color would be blue-black.

ЯɘvlveR 09-06-2013 05:24 PM

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even if she had difficulty gaining weight, she wouldn't have to gain that much since she's already somewhat imposing. she should look fit.

https://sphotos-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/h...20372508_n.jpg

she's got a similar dimensions as former professional volleyball player gabriele reece, i think getting to that level physically would be ideal for her.http://img6.bdbphotos.com/images/ori...o.jpg?skj2io4l

Any Carolina 09-06-2013 05:30 PM

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Originally Posted by jaymes_e06 (Post 26802829)
Alright perhaps unfair example for the guys but I gave a female example too or did you just glaze over that and only read what you wanted to read? My point is that some people are just prepositioned to be a certain body frame. The same can be said about another WW contender from a while back Oddette Yustman who has admittedly not been able to gain weight no matter how hard she tries. Some peoples body chemistry just doesn't work to attain enough muscle mass to be considered imposing. Jessica Biel has the most ideal frame for WW but she isn't much of an actress.

Yes, in case male becomes easier, muscle structure is different and has the genetics, can not see many people with a genetic as good as the Bale.

jaymes_e06 09-06-2013 05:34 PM

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Originally Posted by ЯɘvlveR (Post 26802957)
even if she had difficulty gaining weight, she wouldn't have to gain that much since she's already somewhat imposing. she should look fit.

https://sphotos-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/h...20372508_n.jpg

she's got a similar dimensions as former professional volleyball player gabriele reece, i think getting to that level physically would be ideal for her.http://img6.bdbphotos.com/images/ori...o.jpg?skj2io4l

Gabriele's frame is a bit more naturally curvy but I get what your saying and if she can get to that point then I would more than welcome her as WW.

Any Carolina 09-06-2013 05:55 PM

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ArmsHeldOut How do you have more knowledge in this area than I would like to tell me what you think of the body of Emily?

http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/movies/...unt-10297.html

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ЯɘvlveR 09-06-2013 05:57 PM

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emily is a mesomorph as well.

ЯɘvlveR 09-06-2013 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by jaymes_e06 (Post 26803019)
Gabriele's frame is a bit more naturally curvy but I get what your saying and if she can get to that point then I would more than welcome her as WW.

she is and has been a professional athlete for some time so she should be more muscular then the actor. in her younger days, she's since aged and had children so she's gained a little weight.

http://curseofcherifa.org/images/Gabrielle-Reece-05.jpg

ArmsHeldOut 09-06-2013 06:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Any Carolina (Post 26803121)

Emily's a mesomorph. A good way to tell someone's body type is by observing the size of his/her wrists. (Someone with very small wrists, for example, is usually an ectomorph.) That's not always the defining factor though. A lot of people are actually a combination of two of the three types as well.

teagone 09-06-2013 06:26 PM

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Originally Posted by jaymes_e06 (Post 26802829)
Alright perhaps unfair example for the guys but I gave a female example too or did you just glaze over that and only read what you wanted to read? My point is that some people are just prepositioned to be a certain body frame. The same can be said about another WW contender from a while back Oddette Yustman who has admittedly not been able to gain weight no matter how hard she tries. Some peoples body chemistry just doesn't work to attain enough muscle mass to be considered imposing. Jessica Biel has the most ideal frame for WW but she isn't much of an actress.

I was moreso poking fun at the line about how your biggest concern with Debicki was that she could never pull off what Chris Hemsworth or Chris Evans did. I ignored the bit about Jolie because it's not an apt comparison seeing as how Debicki (while slim) is considerably larger than her and because your argument was fixed on both Evans and Hemsworth's body frames being the right foundations to build proper muscle. But yeah, totally agree with you on Biel and the above mentions of Gabrielle Reece. Those are ideal body types for WW imo.

Any Carolina 09-06-2013 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by ArmsHeldOut (Post 26803251)
Emily's a mesomorph. A good way to tell someone's body type is by observing the size of his/her wrists. (Someone with very small wrists, for example, is usually an ectomorph.) That's not always the defining factor though. A lot of people are actually a combination of two of the three types as well.

What would be the most appropriate body type then?

About biotype of Emily, would be appropriate?

NOTE: If I post a picture of me, could you tell me which category am I?

Any Carolina 09-06-2013 07:02 PM

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Originally Posted by teagone (Post 26803291)
I was moreso poking fun at the line about how your biggest concern with Debicki was that she could never pull off what Chris Hemsworth or Chris Evans did. I ignored the bit about Jolie because it's not an apt comparison seeing as how Debicki (while slim) is considerably larger than her and because your argument was fixed on both Evans and Hemsworth's body frames being the right foundations to build proper muscle. But yeah, totally agree with you on Biel and the above mentions of Gabrielle Reece. Those are ideal body types for WW imo.

I think the body of Lynn Collins in John Carter is perfect for WW.

ArmsHeldOut 09-06-2013 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Any Carolina (Post 26803305)
What would be the most appropriate body type then?

About biotype of Emily, would be appropriate?

NOTE: If I post a picture of me, could you tell me which category am I?

I personally think Gemma Arterton has a really good body type for the role. The actress has a wide imposing frame and very good posture as well; she exudes strength without losing femininity.

http://www.sydney4women.com.au/wp-co...-1-535x793.jpg

Emily Blunt also has a good body type. She's very fit and would look even more impressive subsequent to undergoing a strict training regimen I think.

As of now, I'd be fine with either Gemma or Emily. I prefer Emily as an actress though and find her more attractive.

jaymes_e06 09-06-2013 07:27 PM

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^Yep, She's my favorite for the role.
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Originally Posted by teagone (Post 26803291)
I was moreso poking fun at the line about how your biggest concern with Debicki was that she could never pull off what Chris Hemsworth or Chris Evans did. I ignored the bit about Jolie because it's not an apt comparison seeing as how Debicki (while slim) is considerably larger than her and because your argument was fixed on both Evans and Hemsworth's body frames being the right foundations to build proper muscle. But yeah, totally agree with you on Biel and the above mentions of Gabrielle Reece. Those are ideal body types for WW imo.

Your right Jolie isn't a good comparison she has a much more imposing body type naturally than Debicki IMO.:o

Loki882 09-06-2013 08:33 PM

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Considering where WW comes from, would people prefer to see a foreign actress play her? I love Emily Blunt, but would people want say a Greek actress to play WW for example?

batboy99 09-06-2013 08:37 PM

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Honestly, I totally down with the likes of Gina Torres or Paula Patton playing her(Or someone like them)

Hamill-Joker 09-06-2013 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Loki882 (Post 26803709)
Considering where WW comes from, would people prefer to see a foreign actress play her? I love Emily Blunt, but would people want say a Greek actress to play WW for example?

I'd prefer they look at foreign actresses. Possibly Greek or German.

Rodrigo90 09-06-2013 08:59 PM

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German? You want Antje Traue don't you? :o

Hamill-Joker 09-06-2013 09:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Rodrigo90 (Post 26803807)
German? You want Antje Traue don't you? :o

No, I look at Antje Traue and she wasn't on anyone's radar prior to Man of Steel.

And that makes me feel like people are narrowing their view too much. I still think the best option is looking for an mainly unknown actress.

ralphuniverse 09-06-2013 09:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Loki882 (Post 26803709)
Considering where WW comes from, would people prefer to see a foreign actress play her? I love Emily Blunt, but would people want say a Greek actress to play WW for example?

Wheres she comes from? William Moulton Marston's brain and the brains of his two wives. I think the nationality of the actress is the least of your problems.

ta

Ralph

fanboiii 09-06-2013 09:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Loki882 (Post 26803709)
Considering where WW comes from, would people prefer to see a foreign actress play her? I love Emily Blunt, but would people want say a Greek actress to play WW for example?

I would like WW to look Mediterranean, but I don't care about actual ethnicity.

batboy99 09-06-2013 09:39 PM

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How old is Paula Patton?(Not that it really matters since this is just fantasy casting anyway)


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