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Renée Zellweger Says ‘The Thing About Pam’ Prosthetics Caused Her to Break Out in Rashes

Marc Malkin Senior Film Awards, Events & Lifestyle EditorJudy Greer admits seeing Renée Zellweger for the first time in full makeup, prosthetics and wardrobe as convicted murderer Pam Hupp while shooting “The Thing About Pam” presented a a unique set of challenges.“We both looked at each other and started laughing,” Greer, who plays controversial prosecutor Leah Askey in the true-crime series, said Wednesday at the NBCU FYC House in Hollywood during a panel moderated by yours truly. “And then she told me not to make her laugh because her face would fall off.”Asked if her face ever did “fall off,” Zellweger laughed, “Yes.”Zellweger revealed the prosthetics did cause her to break out in a rash. “The rash didn’t go away.

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