Videos: Movie Characters You Never Realized Look EXACTLY The Same

This is a new video from Screen Rant that lists movie characters you never realized look exactly the same. There are many characters that look like they have crossed over from one franchise into another one. Maybe it was intentionally done by the filmmakers and maybe it's not, either way you can't deny that they look like a character from some other film that you've seen before. Check out the synopsis and video below.

"Often Hollywood uses the same actors and actresses repeatedly. Each actor should be made to look different, but that isn’t always the case. Even films like Guardians of the Galaxy and Indiana Jones, have two leads that look just like one another!

Making movies require a large production team working together to get every detail just right. Some of the most important and often overlooked positions are the professionals who do costuming, hair and makeup, and castings. These individuals combined focus on what the cast looks like. Starting in the audition process, the casting director thinks about does this actor or actress look like what the script demands? Once on set, the costumer working with hair and makeup work on the bringing everybody to life. It isn’t easy doing these jobs. You sometimes must do some crazy manipulation to someone’s hair like Patrick Bateman in American Psycho and Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. Imagine having to hairspray all that hair to make it slick back and not ever move!

There are numerous pairs of characters in different movies that look like one another, like Lestat and Edward Cullen from two vampire movies. We can’t forget how M. Gustave and Ron Burgundy look like one another too! Could you tell Sarah Connor and Katniss Everdeen apart? What about Natalie Cook of Charlie’s Angels and The Bride from Kill Bill? Stumped us! We mixed up Ferris Bueller and the new Peter Parker they look so alike. We needed to make this list to set it all straight because we can’t keep going around mixing characters up and neither can you!"