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Renée Zellweger: New Film, New Face

Speculation on more plastic surgery for star who keeps changing!

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Renée Zellweger is back — well, at least we think that’s her!

The “Bridget Jones” star has a new movie coming out in the fall called, “Same Kind of Different as Me.”

The film co-stars Jon Voight and Greg Kinnear, and is based on a true story.  An International art dealer must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage.

Zellweger plays the man’s wife, whose dreams will lead all three of them “on the journey of their lives.”

Zellweger’s journey through hollywood the past few years, however, has been one to forget!

Although she has never admitted to having gone under the knife, the Academy Award-winning actress has received massive negative attention across tinseltown from when she appeared on the red carpet for an event back in 2014 — sporting a wrinkle-free forehead, altered brow and suspiciously puffy face!

The backlash against her appearance was so severe that she took to writing an essay on The Huffington Post to defend herself!

Renée Zellweger: A Face Shot To Zell!

“Not that it’s anyone’s business, but I did not make a decision to alter my face and have surgery on my eyes. This fact is of no true importance to anyone at all, but that the possibility alone was discussed among respected journalists and became a public conversation is a disconcerting illustration of news/entertainment confusion and society’s fixation on physicality,” she wrote.

Cosmetic Surgeons have speculated she may have have had an upper eye lift, pointing out the distance between the brow and her eye “is much smaller than before.”

“Her forehead is smooth —  you would expect more expressive wrinkles when she smiles, which indicates a possible small dose of Botox between eyelid and eye,” concluded one doctor.

Another noted that Zellweger’s change in appearance could also be achieved through non-surgical procedures.

“The ‘eye surgery’ tabloid story itself did not matter, but it became the catalyst for my inclusion in subsequent legitimate news stories about self-acceptance and women succumbing to social pressure to look and age a certain way,” added Zellweger in her essay.

“Same Kind of Different as Me” opens in theaters October 20th.