December 28, 2016 · 9:31 pm
If I were ever so lucky to get my first novel published and made into a movie, a paranormal romance and suspense based in Hawaii, my top choice for the lead female role would be actress Vanessa Hudgens because the lead female character in my novel is Asian and Caucasian like her. Moreover, she would play the personality of the character nicely who is loosely based off of someone who was once a small part of my life.
To change popular culture in the United States to be more reflective of its diversity, it is very important for writers, producers, and entrepreneurs to develop stories, novels, movies, products, and services that share the unique cultural and ethnic diversity in our country rather than what we mainly see in popular culture in the United States today. It has gotten better, but it still isn’t truly reflective. I’m optimistic that commercialized story-telling will become much broader.
MONACO – MAY 25: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME. MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTO BY DAVE M. BENETT/GETTY IMAGES REQUIRED) Actress Vanessa Hudgens poses backstage before the Amber Lounge Fashion Show Monaco 2012 at Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel on May 25, 2012 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images)
Actress Vanessa Hudgens arrives at the Neutrogena Fresh Faces of Music Benefiting VH1 Save The Music at Jim Henson Studios on September 26, 2009 in Hollywood, California. Neutrogena Fresh Faces of Music Benefiting VH1 Save The Music – Arrivals Jim Henson Studios Hollywood, CA United States September 26, 2009 Photo by Jordan Strauss/WireImage.com To license this image (58494556), contact WireImage.com
Vanessa Hudgens Photo by Janet Gough 2008 Teen Choice Awards – Arrivals at the Gibson Amphitheater August 3, 2008 – Universal City, California Celebrityphoto.com P.O. Box 1560 Beverly Hills CA 90213 – 1560 – USA Tel # 310-786-7700 Fax # 310-777-5455
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2 responses to “Vanessa Hudgens Would Be A Top Choice For Lead Female Character In My First Novel”
Very creative poost
Thank you, Lucas!