Meg Ryan insists she’s not worried about finding movie roles now that she’s 47, even though she had a two year hiatus from work between 2005 and 2006, followed by the forgettable release, In the Land of Women. She told Movies.ie that she’s “very happy” at her current age. “Turning 40 in Hollywood was definitely something for me but it doesn’t feel like an ending,” she said. “My interests have expanded and I have never felt more creative than I do right now. There is now this demographic of women over 31 and older who want movies that are kind of about them,” she said, undoubtedly referring to the success of Sex and the City. In fact, ads for her new movie, The Women, are calling it better than Sex and the City. That may be, but if Ryan is so unconcerned about aging, why is she sporting an entirely new face in the film? Several movie critics have already commented on it in their reviews of The Women, adding that if she has anymore surgery, she’ll be virtually unrecognizable.