STEREOTYPE #5: THE EMOTIONAL, YET STRONG, GIRL.
TYPICALLY PLAYED BY: DIANNA AGRON
(suggested by roxyrichter)
If anyone has seen Glee, you’d know that Dianna’s character is exactly this. An emotional, yet strong, lead female character. She has confidence, but seems like she can have her soft moments, her moments of weakness that break through. Well we feel like these girls could fit the role as well.
Suggestions: Emma Stone, Troian Ballisario, Emily Browning, Tiffany Hwang
STEREOTYPE #4: THE MOODY BOY FROM THE WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACKS.
TYPICALLY PLAYED BY: PAUL WESLEY
(suggested by the—honeybadger)
The great thing about these types of characters is that they can be played a lot of different ways with a lot of different looks. With characters like “the rich, pretty popular girl” or the “jock womanizer” typically have a “type”, you can’t really put a type simply on where a person comes from and their emotional standpoint. Which is why we’ve given four guys who all have different looks, but could still very much be believable in the part.
Suggestions: Robert Pattinson, Robert Sheehan, Vic Fuentes, Josh Beech
STEREOTYPE #2: THE WALLFLOWER.
TYPICALLY PLAYED BY: ZOOEY DESCHANEL
(suggested by thebansheescry)
So we decided with this one to try finding some girls that aren’t typically used as the “wallflower” type, but could fit the role pretty well. With the exception of Becky Lou, who feels as if she could be a great substitute for Zoey, since they have similar appearances.
Suggestions: Dianna Agron, Mila Kunis, Nina Dobrev, Becky Lou Filip