Charmed actress, Rose McGowan, has shut down sexist critics of Renee Zellweger.
Apparently, Renee Zellweger's face is still a hot topic of conversation.
So much so, that prominent showbiz magazines are publishing entire columns unpacking and criticising every detail of the actress' appearance.
Variety columnist, Owen Gleiberman, dedicated one of his first articles for the publication to his disapproval of Renee's face.
While conveniently skipping over Renee's Oscar nominations or blockbuster success, Owen aimed to answer the vital question: "Renee Zellweger: If She No Longer Looks Like Herself, Has She Become a Different Actress?"
Fortunately, actress Rose McGowan swiftly took down the sexist article and proclaimed "enough is enough".
In her scathing response published on The Hollywood Reporter, Rose wrote:
"Renee Zellweger is a human being, with feelings, with a life, with love and with triumphs and struggles, just like the rest of us. How dare you use her as a punching bag in your mistaken attempt to make a mark at your new job. How dare you bully a woman who has done nothing but try to entertain people like you. Her crime, according to you, is growing older in a way you don’t approve of. Who are you to approve of anything? What you are doing is vile, damaging, stupid and cruel."
Rose took Owen - and all of Hollywood - to task for its rampant misogyny and degradation of women.
She called on the industry to "stop f**ing with women's minds" and work together to call out this problem.
"Any studio that Renee Zellweger has made money for, any co-star she's supported or anyone who takes a percentage of her income should be doing what's right: They should be calling this harassment out," she encouraged.
Owen has not responded.
Ironically, Rose's article was published the same day another male writer wrote an entire profile piece on Margot Robbie pondering her appearance rather than her acting achievements. Go figure.