” moment back in 2014, and I had followed the round-the-world scrutinizing of her image that went along with it, but this was different. Celebrities, like anyone else, have the right to look however they want, but the characters they play become part of us.Watching the trailer, I didn’t stare at the actress and think: She doesn’t look like Renée Zellweger. I suddenly felt like something had been taken away.
What we can say is that that happened, it reflects something indescribably sad about our culture.
When Renee Zellweger arrived at the 2014 Elle Women in Hollywood awards October 20, some people said they couldn't recognize her.
Perhaps that's because the "Bridget Jones" star has spent less time in the public eye recently; her last film credit was in 2010.
You go to see a movie that features an actress or actor — in most cases it’s an actress — you know well, and somehow she looks…different.
Her nose is thinner, or her lips are fuller, or her lips are thinner and her cheeks are bolder, or her forehead is younger, or maybe you can’t even quite put your finger on what the difference is, but you know it’s there.