Renée Zellweger unrecognizable: the actress totally transformed for her future role

On the set of the a new miniseries, Renée Zellweger is unrecognizable. For this new character, the actress must wear many facial and body prostheses. An impressive transformation.

Renée Zellweger bangs hard for her new role. While she was chosen to play the character of Pamela Hupp, she is unrecognizable. Indeed, she will play the role of the killer in the NBC mini-series in New Orleans, which will recount the savage murder and cover-up plot for which Pamela Hupp was indicted in July 2021. As reported People, so that the resemblance is larger than life, Renée Zellweger must wear many facial and bodily prostheses. Her hair has also changed since it has turned blond and she has a new cut. Changes that allow the famous actress to look like two drops of water to the character she is going to play.

After winning four Golden Globes, it’s the first time that Renée Zellweger, at 52, is going to play for television. In addition to playing the main role of this mini-series, she is also the executive producer through her banner Big Picture Co. She is accompanied on the set by a dream cast: Katy Mixon, Glenn Fleshler or Gideon Adlon. For now, the images have not leaked on their physical appearance, only the actress of Bridget jones appeared completely transformed.

Renée Zellweger must wear prostheses for this new role

As a reminder, Pamela Hupp was indicted for the 2011 murder of her friend Elizabeth Betsy Faria. The one who was found guilty of the murder was the beneficiary of a life insurance policy of $ 150,000. She is also accused of setting up her friend’s husband, Russell Faria, for the murder. She voluntarily took the investigators on this track while it had nothing to do with this tragic disappearance.

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Renée Zellweger unrecognizable: the actress totally transformed for her future role

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