The Fourgy’s Casting Couch – Who Should Play Rachel in Bel Ami?

From the BelAmiFilm.com Casting Couch, the Fourgy have been thinking about who we’d like to see play Rachel, the prostitute in Bel Ami.  The part of Rachel has yet to be cast, or the producers are keeping tight-lipped on their choice.

The Fourgy Votes … after the jump!

Just a Girl votes: NATALIE PORTMAN

Why?  “I vote for Natalie Portman, just because I would love to see the on-screen chemistry between her and Robert Pattinson.”

Natalie Portman

MyRobertPattinson Votes: Rachel McAdams

Why? “My pick is Rachel McAdams. The Notebook is my fave movie of all time, but I’d love to see her ho it up.”

Rachel McAdams

WastingtheMorning Votes: Kirsten Dunst

Why? “She makes a good afflicted type of character and I just think of Rachel as really screwed up (hence the prostitution).”

Kirsten Dunst

TBY789 Votes: Clémence Poésy

Why? “She’s beautiful, young, blonde and French.”

Clémence Poésy

Now keep in mind, these are just our casting choices and the studio and producers won’t necessarily agree with our brilliance. Tee Hee! We’ll pass on the official casting news as soon as we hear it.

If you were on the casting couch with us, who would YOU pick to play Rachel and why?

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14 Responses to The Fourgy’s Casting Couch – Who Should Play Rachel in Bel Ami?

  1. Maria hestica says:

    I think clèmence poèsy is not suitable to play as rachel because she is too elegant.Besides,Rachel is a naughty woman…So,I think angelina jolie is the most suitable one..

  2. manoli says:

    Rachel McAdams perfect!!

  3. ale ceiça says:

    she has a personality that is dominant, totally mesmerizing eat your performance, style classásico it has unique features and performance it will believe that much further along with Robert Pattinson, trigger a unique chemistry and the fans surely loved their performance together I can be sure of this, and you can trust

  4. MONIQUE says:

    what about Kristen Stewart? she seems to be able to act in any part also she has also played a prostitue/stripper and was great has nothing to do for the year-no movies i think she would be great

    • moonC says:

      You’ve got to be kidding, right? LOL
      Too much pudding will choke the dog… no no no
      In book Rachel is atractive but rather plup woman. If they want to be compliant with book I think they should choose Kate Winslet 🙂 Rachel and Natalie are my next choices.

  5. manoli says:

    Stewart??? it´s a joke??

    • Maguilita says:

      I know! It’s like… COME ON!!!! MOVE-ON!!!!!

      I think Clemence will be cool… With the right make up, messed hair, worn off clothes… She’ll do great!

  6. ViviLit says:

    Anne Hathaway! She’s a great actress, and normally she plays nice girls, so Rachel would be a bold move… And she is beautiful!

  7. Megan says:

    Um if none of the above work out…I’m always free ha

  8. Satiney says:

    Heather Graham!! she is definitely perfect for the role! Remember ‘From Hell’ and ‘Hangover’ and imagine her as Rachel 🙂

  9. Kardors says:

    Nicky Reed would be great. She has a sweet look but can be really bad. OR Ashley Greene also would be great.

  10. moonC says:

    ‘A woman, leaning her arms upon the edge of her loge, was staring at him. She was a tall, voluptuous brunette, her face whitened with enamel, her black eyes penciled, and her lips painted. With a movement of her head, she summoned a friend who was passing, a blonde with auburn hair, likewise inclined to embonpoint, and said to her in a whisper intended to be heard; “There is a nice fellow!” <– Yes, indeed. 😀

    'The brunette called out to him: "Have you found your tongue?"

    He stammered: "Zounds!" too bashful to say another word. A pause ensued, during which the brunette took his arm and together they left the hall.'
    I see it in my mind…

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