Emma Frost Casting Threads

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Would Uma Thurman make a good Emma Frost?

  1. Yes

  2. No

  3. Maybe

  4. No Emma in a sequel please

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  1. Green Ghost

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    Wouldn't she make a good Emma Frost :cool:
     
  2. terry78

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    Well, an older one, anyway. Emma has to be in her 20's.
     
  3. logan_weapon_x

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    Nah, i don't like the idea.
     
  4. PhoenixFire

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    I don't like the idea of Emma in her 20s.

    I think mid 30s, and Uma Thurman fit her very well.

    I don't , however, see Uma taking the role.
     
  5. logan_weapon_x

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    I'd rather see someone like Charlize Theron.
     
  6. N_z0

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    This thread got me thinking...Imagine an X-men movie directed by Tarantino. :eek:

    *snaps out of it* :p

    Anyways, yeah, the White Queen would have to be the same age as Famke or something if she is to be her antithesis.
     
  7. Green Ghost

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    I also think that Emma should be around 30

    Or a Wolverine spin-off
    I really begin to think that it could work :p
    :wolverine
     
  8. Everyman

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    Why in her 20s? I think Emma Frost needs maturity. As gambo said, she has to be around Famke's age, to play her opposite.

    As for Uma Thurman, after the superhero movie she played in, I doubt she will play in another. And Singer prefers relatively unknown actors anyway.
     
  9. PhoenixFire

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    Perhaps Natasha Henstridge?
     
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    I've been lobbying for that particular actress as Emma for a looong time now. It's all in the eyes.
     
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    After seeing Kill Bill, I’d like to see Uma in anything, she’s amazing.
     
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    she's not gorgous enough to be emma...she's alright but she needs to be a knock out.... if she could act i would say Trish Stratus from the WWE that role would fit her fine..
     
  13. evilbarbie

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    Im still for Portia De Rossi or Natasha Henstrige. But that picture does remind me of White Queen too.
     
  14. Everyman

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    First and foremost we need someone who can act. Beauty, up to a certain point, is subjective.
     
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    I like the idea of an unknown for the part of Emma. (one of my friends said that they think britney spears should play her, I think she has compleatly lost her mind.)
     
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    I agree on both accounts.
     
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    She over acts too much.
     
  18. Beastbone

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    Maybe Rebbeca (Mystique) could play Emma, too! It'd sure save money!

    BB
     
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    Uma is 33
     
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    I'm not to sure about how they'll do her age but we'll ahve to see what goes on after X3 won't we
     
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    i'm not too sure about uma being white queen, white queen's supposed to be really really beautiful. Uma's pretty, but she's not drop dead gorgeous the way white queen should be
     
  22. Everyman

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    Uma doesn't have the cold beauty and charm Emma Frost has. And people don't seem to remember that she already played in a superhero movie and it was a catastrophy.
     
  23. Hellion

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    The only person I believe who could pull Emma off is Uma. I mean, look...


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    Isn't this pic very identical to Uma?


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    Uma Thurman is Emma Frost.





    Sorry if its a lame thread.
     
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    Elisha!

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