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I don't like the Little Mermaid choices. Bella's 13 and Robbie's around 22. I think that it's creepy playing a love interest who's that much younger than you. Oh and I felt the same way with Selena and Drew Seeley in Another Cinderella Story (10 year age difference.)
by libby22 on 5/7/2011 9:20:34 PM
i would totally want to c pocahontas little mermaid and etc. lady and the tramp would be an easy one to do : really goody to shoes type girl (i mean in a good way i am kinda one!) and rich for LADY and for TRAMP kinda bad boy not so wealthily hot adventures guy!thats my idea i hope they make all they movies i just dont like zac for the role
by fishflybye on 3/17/2011 2:58:27 AM
i just thot of sumthing! a better aladdin for the aladdin wud be avan jogia from victorious. he has the complexion, the hair, and the abs. lol! and he can actually sing!
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by emmiecandy on 3/6/2011 6:30:57 PM
I think maybe Miranda Cosgrove would be a great Jasmine, and Nathan Cress would be a good Prince Eric. They did great pairing up William and Nicole for Pocahontas. But William always looks to serious, don't ya'll think?
by BalletDanca123 on 3/6/2011 4:36:13 PM
i LUV the aladdin one. i think that shud really cum out. nut the only problem is: all of those ppl hav to hav sum kind of singing voice... so... yah. it probly wont happen
by artsgurl983 on 3/5/2011 10:41:38 AM
The book is different. I haven't seen the movie yet, but just by the previews i can tell they changed some things...but I think it will be GREAT! Alex P. is so cute and was in I AM NUMBER FOUR, which was really good! So i cant wait to see it with friends, but if you get the chance to read it before, I would! I read it about a year ago and could NOT put it down! 2 in the morning...still reading! Then I read it again! STILL GOOD! But I think the movie will be great...just different!
by nasaheart on 3/4/2011 9:31:25 PM
The Aladdin one is a good idea!!
Except it should be to modern day so instead of Jasmine being a princess she should be a really rich heiress and Aladdin a super cute but homeless person.
by emsha81 on 3/4/2011 3:22:02 PM
I totally agree with all of those except the Little Mermaid pick. I don't think Bella Thorne would be good for that role, red hair and bubbly personality or not.
by shastagirl11 on 3/4/2011 1:55:33 AM
GirlsLife is great at pairing up the couples. I could imagine all of them. I could really imagine The Little Mermaid.
by Iceeberry on 3/4/2011 12:24:00 AM
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