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A human child couldn't pull off the facial expressions
Nessie is supposed to be one of a kind, not averege human child
If they choose a human, everyone will disagree about the look
CGI human will be a technological achievement
CGI would look more like Edward and Bella
Closer to the book!
There are already CGI wolves. Robert and Kristen are good at acting with CGI
While CGI will cost more, it will look better!
Newborn babies are not the size of two year olds, but Nessie can smile and has teeth right out of the womb, unlike a human newborn. CGI could do teeth and smiles
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More of a 3-D effect will fit better than just a human child
Nessie grows bigger everday!
Actresses will look either too old or not enough like Edward and Bella
All of the above is fairly ridiculous. The amount of time and money invested in creating the CGI baby could have been spent casting child actors. Sure, CGI the colour of her eyes to give her a mysterious look - otherwise that's it. All the bickering and a huge distraction in the film could have been avoided. $120 million budget and they still couldn't get it right. Although, casting isn't their strong suit when you see Kristen Stewart.
No amount of money put into this film would have made this film any better.
If only all that money was spent on a better makeup team!
That baby was a demon I swear. It was evil and it must be destroyed. That was the worst use of CGI that I have ever seen. I can't get the image out of my head!
To watch fan girls try to rationalize yet another horrible decision in a horrible movie franchise
Because the director really wanted to be different and "get it right" when the CGI is worse then any child actor they could have cast.
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