It looks like Leonardo DiCaprio has been photoshopped for his next movie in a promo photo. Should we end photoshop retouching altogether? Scroll down to see the results.
It’s a tough world out there when Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt need to be retouched with Photoshop.
As if we saw DiCaprio’s double chin or Pitt’s wrinkly chin, we would automatically scrunch our own faces with disgust and wouldn’t want to watch Quentin Tarantino’s next movie, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Really? These are two of the most powerful men in Hollywood, who cares if they have wrinkles.
Either way, we all know someone probably took one glance at the unedited promo photo and said, “They’re old.” Perhaps the actors are aging, but we all age and we all die. Get over it.
According to a source, Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded the original unedited photo to its press website. It was obvious that the retouches were made to perfect both DiCaprio and Pitt, however the actors themselves did not ask for any Photoshop to be done. Sony and the “Once Upon a Time” production team, released a statement after the accidental upload, that they take full responsibility for the mistake in retouching their facial features.
Tarantino’s film, ‘Once Upon a Time’ is set in Los Angeles in the year of 1969, at the time of the infamous Sharon Tate murder by cult leader Charles Manson’s followers. The pregnant actress is played by Margot Robbie, who already shared a photo of herself in character on her social media. DiCaprio plays her neighbor, Rick Dalton, who is having trouble finding work after once starring in Westerns. Pitt playing Cliff Booth, is DiCaprio’s roommate and longtime stunt double.
It makes perfect sense that DiCaprio and Pitt are playing these characters and look aged, but Sony Pictures didn’t get the memo. Should we end photoshop retouching altogether? 72% think we should keep it real, while the rest believe it’s necessary. Read more about the story on USA Today here.
Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!
It looks like Leonardo DiCaprio has been photoshopped for his next movie in a promo photo. Should we end photoshop retouching altogether?
Yes, keep it real
No, it’s needed