Meg Ryan makes first appearance in 6 months – and fans can’t believe her “unrecognizable” new look

Meg Ryan recently made a rare public appearance, supporting Michael J. Fox at a screening of his upcoming documentary on Parkinson’s disease. Ryan, absent from the public eye for about six months, faced comments on her “unrecognizable” appearance, igniting speculation about possible plastic surgery. Critics online expressed concerns about her changed look, with some linking it to cosmetic procedures like Botox and fillers.

Despite previous denials, Ryan has addressed plastic surgery rumors, stating in a 2015 interview that she pays little attention to negative opinions about her appearance. At the recent screening in New York, she appeared in good spirits, posing with fellow stars like Bill Murray and Elvis Costello.

Fox, who has been battling Parkinson’s since his diagnosis at 29, is releasing a documentary chronicling his life over three decades. In a recent emotional interview, Fox acknowledged the increasing challenges of living with Parkinson’s, revealing his recent spinal surgery due to a benign tumor affecting his ability to walk.

The Back to the Future star emphasized the evolving difficulties of his condition but also highlighted his resilience in the fight for awareness and research. Despite acknowledging the toughness of his battle, Fox asserted, “You don’t die from Parkinson’s. You die with Parkinson’s.”