Celebrity face mashing technology has been around for centuries. Some scholars date it all the way back to 1667, when George I used to force some of England’s most famous theater actors to undergo surgery that would swap swaths of their faces with one another. The results were often gruesome, but the king insisted it was the only path to achieving true beauty. Flash forward 350 years, and it looks like that by using the same theory but radically different methods, we appear to have found it. Someone over at Moviepilot took the faces of Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lawrence and melded them together to create Jenlett JoLawrencesson, who looks like Scarlett Johansson without all the human. Either way, I’d probably date her.