Rosie O'Donnell looked so different on the poster for the 1996 ensemble film Beautiful Girls that when she saw it she claims she said, "Oh, I didn’t know Courteney Cox is in this." When her agent called producer Harvey Weinstein, he allegedly defended O'Donnell's altered appearance saying, "She should thank me. She never looked better."
Bruce Willis in 'The Whole Ten Yards'
Bruce Willis' face has an unusual and seemingly unnatural expression on it. And he's sporting some feminine-looking legs, especially the ultra-smooth right one. The way the characters have been arranged also looks odd, particularly Kevin Pollak popping up from between Willis and Matthew Perry like a turtle.
Dane Cook in 'Good Luck Chuck'
This creepy poster makes Jessica Alba look dead and gives Dane Cook a sinister expression and an excessive bicep, almost as if he has her in a headlock, Shortlist points out.
Dane Cook in 'My Best Friend's Girl'
Cook was badly Photoshopped again a year later, and this time he ranted about his unusual appearance. "Whoever Photoshopped our poster must have done so at taser point with 3 minutes to fulfill their hostage taker’s deranged obligations,” he wrote. Cook later critiqued his face, saying that the left side appears to be melting off his skull and resembled a pop star's body part, his skin looks like the "bathroom floor at Caesar's Palace" and his lips look like someone applied some shiny gloss.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis in 'Sex and the City 2'
Sarah Jessica Parker and Co. are so heavily airbrushed in this post that online critics said they were almost unrecognizable. All four women's faces seem to have unnaturally smooth skin and Kim Cattrall's nose and left elbow both look like they've been altered.
Owen Wilson in 'Hall Pass'
The giant hand bursting into the right side of the frame is the most disturbing part of this poster. If it's Owen Wilson's, it's disproportionately large.
Melissa McCarthy in 'Bridesmaids'
This poster of Melissa McCarthy, for her breakthrough film Bridesmaids, looks to have been digitally altered to make the full-figured actress look thinner.
Melissa McCarthy in 'The Heat'
In the U.K. poster for The Heat (left), McCarthy looks like she was Photoshopped, again, to look significantly slimmer. McCarthy later joked about the changes, telling The Hollywood Reporter that her husband did it.
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