As seen on everyone’s Twitter and Facebook feeds, Dove’s Real Beauty Sketches campaign shows how women are their own worst critics when it comes to their appearance.
And while the ad has garnered some polarizing results on whether or not it is empowering to females, this parody over here shows that 94% of men think they are above average as opposed to the 4% of women around the world who consider themselves beautiful.
But believe it or not, men MIGHT just be uglier than they think.
A former forensics artist was asked to do draw two sketches of the women sitting on the other side of the curtain. The artist was not allowed to see the women. The first sketch was based on how the woman described themselves while the other was based on another person’s description of her. When the two sketches are placed side by side, the results are both amazing and makes you think about the way you see yourself.
Chelsea Handler may bring the laughs on stage, but the comedian is now set to appear in a dramatic film role, reports E Online.
It is reported that the ‘Chelsea Lately’ star will take on the dark role of a restless housewife in the adaptation of Eric Bogosian’s 2001 novel, Mall.
Handler’s castmates include ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’ star Vincent D’Onofrio, who plays a ‘voyeuristic businessman’ and is also producing the film with partner Erika Hampson and Sam Maydew.
“This film will be a comment on social violence,” D’Onofrio said in a statement. “It begins as a man walks through the front door of a suburban mall armed to the teeth, causing five strangers to embark on a night that will change them forever. As the bullets fly, one teenage boy hurtles through the night on a collision course with the man he will become.”
Joe Hahn of Linkin Park will also unleash his directing debut in this movie, and Bogosian will make a cameo as a store owner.
Wow – I love Handler, but I never saw this coming. It’s a pleasant surprise though, I think she’ll do great in this. She’s obviously shown she has the acting capabilities before, appearing on ‘In The Motherhood’ and always doing comedy sketches on ‘After Lately.’ Can’t wait to see this, I’m a huge fan!