My wife love's the movie so I know who it is but if you dressed like her, I probably wouldn't put the 2 together....I really tried to set through the movie but it was more like a love story than a vampire flick....The most action was the last 3 minutes of the movie and even that wasn't very great....If I'm in the mood for a vampire/horror flick, this movie isn't ever going on that list for me...I won't rule out the other movies in the series coming up just yet but they better put a helluva bunch more action in it if they want my vote....ZR
That's just a guess. If you dressed like that, I don't think people would "get" who you are. The costume could just as easily be associated with a female barbarian, a twist on Guinniver (See the "Arthur" movie with Kiera Knightly), or some other medieval character.
While I voted "Of course I do," I really should be on a middle ground position. I know she's one of the "bad" vampires in Twilight, but that's about it (and that's probably saying something when my home town is a location in the books and recently had a Twilight festival along with Forks...I'm afraid I'm just not a fan). I'm really not sure if I would recognize a costume as being this character. Sorry.
I know who she is. I think it depends on where you go on Halloween if others will recognize you. I mean if you are going out to clubs the majority of people will know who you are. Anytime you do a character from a movie there are going to be people that haven't seen it and won't know who you are. I mean I know 20 somethings and up completely obsessed by the books. It's a good costume idea.
VICTORIA!!!! I was going to be her as well before I decided on THE QUEEN OF HALLOWEEN. I think she was way more interesting than Bella for sure. If people didnt see the movie they wouldnt know but anyone who saw the movie should know THe white coat is a must if you are going to do it with lots of wild red hair Good luck.