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Actresses With Flat Faces Finding it Hard to Transition to 3D Films
Hollywood, CA - In the early part of the 20th century several actresses were finding it difficult to transition into “talkies” because of their annoying, shrill and disagreeable voices. Today many actresses with flat faces are facing a similar issue by their inability to break into Hollywood’s hottest trend, 3D.
One such actress, Ming Cho, has been turned down for several roles in 3D films with her flat face noted as the reason. “I’ve tried to give my face some depth by wearing fake eyelashes but I guess they want more,” said the actress.
Studio executives are unapologetic about their ban on these flat-faced weirdos. “People go to 3D movies for depth of vision and exciting visuals,” says Fox executive Tony Jameson. “They don’t go to see a walking stop sign.”
Many well-established actresses are struggling during this transition. Well known names ranging from seasoned actresses to newbies such as Virginia Madsen, Tiffany Amber Thiesen, Sienna Miller, Amanda Bynes, and Selena Gomez have all felt the sting of rejection due to the flatness of their face.
Who will make the cut in this new age is still undetermined although some actresses have a leg up. “Penelope Cruz’s face was made for 3D” says an industry insider. “Have you seen the honker on that girl?”

Actresses With Flat Faces Finding it Hard to Transition to 3D Films

Hollywood, CA - In the early part of the 20th century several actresses were finding it difficult to transition into “talkies” because of their annoying, shrill and disagreeable voices. Today many actresses with flat faces are facing a similar issue by their inability to break into Hollywood’s hottest trend, 3D.

One such actress, Ming Cho, has been turned down for several roles in 3D films with her flat face noted as the reason. “I’ve tried to give my face some depth by wearing fake eyelashes but I guess they want more,” said the actress.

Studio executives are unapologetic about their ban on these flat-faced weirdos. “People go to 3D movies for depth of vision and exciting visuals,” says Fox executive Tony Jameson. “They don’t go to see a walking stop sign.”

Many well-established actresses are struggling during this transition. Well known names ranging from seasoned actresses to newbies such as Virginia Madsen, Tiffany Amber Thiesen, Sienna Miller, Amanda Bynes, and Selena Gomez have all felt the sting of rejection due to the flatness of their face.

Who will make the cut in this new age is still undetermined although some actresses have a leg up. “Penelope Cruz’s face was made for 3D” says an industry insider. “Have you seen the honker on that girl?”

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