Everybody loves some RDJ, but it seems that not everybody can recreate his famous looks. For example, the people that created his wax figure, which looks like it’s planning your untimely demise. And it will be a perfect crime, too, because who could ever blame a wax figure?
The face is lined and weathered, and while Downey does have a few well-earned wrinkles, this face looks more at place as part of a cliff face. The eyes are scowling, and the skin has the classic plastic quality of wax that didn’t have the right people working on it.
Seems a little mean to make a wax figurine of a pop star that is that poorly done, and then put it in that pose. A little mean. Britney has been a star performer before she was even out of high school, but even that wasn't enough time to get all the details right for this figurine.
Or, as far as we can tell, any of the details. Flip your screen upside down, or turn your head around, and we bet that you wouldn't even be able to tell who that was supposed to be except for a blonde singer attached to a pole. And that pale, waxy skin – we must do better.
Hillary Clinton has certainly seen better days! The eyes are squinty and wrinkled, the cheeks are reddened. The hair looks nothing like the real thing, and we doubt any woman could pull that style off.
And lest you forget about the teeth that are attached to that head, you'll probably be seeing them gnash in the dark every night for a week.
We're told that's Ben Affleck, but if someone said it was Ryan Reynolds, we wouldn't have any reason to not believe it. It still wouldn't look that good, but we could believe it. The chin looks like it was chiseled with a tool, and the eyes are dead and empty, staring into yours like it needs you to bring it sugar water or something like that.
Or, maybe it's bemoaning the fact that it's trapped inside a motionless body, and it can't live out its dream of acting in "Team America: World Police" along with all the other puppets.
He was the only one people could watch while the Harry Potter movies were coming out, but the person making his wax figure must have been focusing on something else. It has a little bit of Bryan Cranston or Bruce Willis in it. In fact, the only part that seems similar to Radcliffe (circa 2007, when it was made) is the dark, tousled hair.
The jawline seems to be from a Superman comic, and the eyebrows appear to have gone through more work than most Renaissance paintings. We gotta say though – the suit is quite a dashing style.