Will Poulter’s hunky ‘glow-up’ has fans in shock
Social media is swooning over Will Poulter.
Following the recent announcement that he’s been cast as Adam Warlock in Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” fans can’t seem to help themselves from acknowledging the actor’s “glow-up.”
Some even compared Poulter, 28, to other established Hollywood hunks, with one fan tweeting, “Since when did Will Poulter start looking like a Hemsworth??????”
Another added, “Will Poulter is animorphing into Chris Pine.”
Poulter previously starred in movies like “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader” (2010), “We’re the Millers” (2013), “The Maze Runner” (2014) and “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” (2018).
While many fans raved over Poulter’s handsome appearance, others speculated that he may have gone under the knife to achieve the new look.
“I love how Will Poulter has had work done and people are just calling it puberty,” one observer alleged. “I guess that’s more comfortable for simple minds to understand rather than processing that men also get plastic surgery.”
“Will Poulter didn’t suddenly have a ‘glow-up’. He got work done,” tweeted another skeptic. “There’s nothing wrong with getting work done obviously, but it’s important to remember money gives people that ‘second puberty.’”
Poulter has yet to publicly comment on the recent fascination over his appearance.