FaceApp shows you what Paul Rudd would actually look like if he aged
Some months ago, the popular FaceApp became a big topic of conversation online and indeed in real life when a certain gender swap filter went live.
Users wasted no time in running their own photos through the app to see what they would look like as the opposite gender, before sharing the results with pretty much everyone they knew.
But the app also allows users to see what they would like as a senior citizen. As with the gender swap feature, plenty of people were intrigued to find out once and for all what the future had in store for them in terms of their physical appearance.
It was only a matter of time before the filter started being applied to images of celebrities. But few have garnered as much interest and fascination as Paul Rudd's transformation.
And here it is in all its geriatric glory:
This transformation, courtesy of FaceApp, is particularly interesting given a certain reputation the Role Models actor has had throughout his career.
If you're at all aware of the 50-year-old actor, you should know that he has a tendency to, well, not age. Yep, after about 30 years in Hollywood, he really doesn't look much different now than he did as an up-and-coming actor.
I mean, ever since I first saw him on screen in Clueless to when I last saw him more recently in Ant-Man, I've always thought that - like pretty much everyone else - he looks as young and fresh-faced as ever.
But now, with the power of technology, we finally know what Rudd would like if he actually aged.
Who knows how accurate the filter is? I guess we'll just have to wait a few more decades to see if it's anywhere near the mark - provided he does actually start to age.