The beautiful thing about reading is that an author can paint their readers a portrait of a character from absolutely nothing. We’re able to imagine them perfectly. And when those characters are transferred to the screen, casting directors have a literal how-to on who to cast. Sometimes, though, it feels like those casting directors took naps when they should have been conducting proper research. These are the worst page-to-screen casting fails fans have ever seen.
Jane (“The Twilight Saga”)
“At first I thought it was a young boy. The newcomer was as tiny as Alice, with lank, pale brown hair trimmed short. The body under the cloak was slim and androgynous. The wide-eyed, full lipped face would make a Botticelli angel look like a gargoyle. Even allowing for the dull crimson irises.”