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Hollywood's Funhouse Mirror Treatment

February 13, 2014 1 min read

First there’s photoshop and airbrushing of models, which is bad enough as it is, but now there’s this technology that allows filmmakers to stretch actresses in post, making them slimmer and taller. It’s being called “digital surgery” and has been used to not only stretch actresses, but to add lines to Botox patients’ faces as well. stretched A source at the VFX company in charge of Brittany Spears’ music video “Work Bitch” has admitted to giving her the “digital slim-down” after many fans noticed a height discrepancy in the music star’s recent TV documentary. britney-spears-photoshop-video-wide Lola Visual Effects is another company well known for their digital doctoring of actors, and have worked on major films such as “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” although senior producer Thomas Nittmann refuses to get into specifics about which films may or may not have taken advantage of digital surgery. long legs   Just shy of 5’ and resembling a hobbit, I could maybe do with this treatment, if I ever decided to get in front of the camera. But do these actresses, who are already gorgeous beyond belief? Sooo, disgusted? A little. Surprised? Not at all.

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