If only to prove that all actors on The CW network are essentially interchangeable, here's a side-by-side look at 'Gossip Girl' heartthrob Chase Crawford and 'The Vampire Diaries' heartthrob Ian Somerhalder. What do you? Do we rest our case, or do we rest our case?
One of the bevy of bad-but-so-fun-to-watch movies making the rounds on Netflix is 'The Sweetest Thing' starring Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, Selma Blair and Thomas Jane. Aside from not being able to stop singing "You're to big to fit in here, to big to fit in here..." on repeat, we couldn't stop thinking about those moments where Christina Applegate looked almost exactly like Jennifer Aniston circa her run on 'Friends.'
Call us crazy, but we always imagined the author of the 'Twilight' fan fiction-inspired eBook turned actual book, 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' to be written by a real-life Jill from Adam Sandler's Razzie-winning 'Jack and Jill.' Turns out... we were kind of right.
In J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit,' Bolg is one of the villainous creatures to inhabit Middle Earth, and wreak havok on Bilbo and his comrades. He's said to be the mightiest of the Orc Chieftains, so it only makes sense for Peter Jackson's team, in the movie adaptation, to model this guy after one of the most terrifying cinema villains of all-time: 'The Exorcist' demon.
There are so many actors and actresses in The Wachowski's 'Cloud Atlas,' in theaters now, that it can be hard to keep track of them all -- Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugo Weaving, Jim Broadbent, Ben Whishaw, etc. Plus, all of them go through drastic costume and makeup transformations to assume the various roles they play. Halle Berry in her flapper-style costume, for instance, looks more like Madonna than herself.
Can you even tell which one of these guys is 'Skyfall' villain Javier Bardem and which one is 'Magic City' star Jeffrey Dean Morgan? This particular celebrity look alike has been making the rounds practically since the internet was conceived, and yet it's one of the only ones that truly make us go, "Whoah!?"
'The Walking Dead' season 3 is in full gear now, having aired its second episode "Sick" this past Sunday. There are many mysteries and details surrounding our favorite band of zombie-fighting comrades, but the most prevalent one is the apparent presence of the 'Harry Potter' character Luna Lovegood.
It's sort of sad to think that no matter how much effort the Mitt Romney team puts forth in the current presidential race, there are people (a lot of people) who won't be able to look past Josh Romney's death glare. It's so chilling to look at him up close, but the more you do, the more you'll see the same lack of human emotion that turned 'The Hunger Games' gamekeeper Seneca Crane into the mastermind he was in the film.
'Law & Order: SVU' has featured cameos from countless big names and character actors alike, some of whom have been reused multiple times. Thanks to a recent 'SVU' marathon on the USA network this weekend, we got to remember some of those random stars that have shown their faces on the cop drama. However, we were not expecting to see 'Falling Skies' lead Noah Wyle.
Justin Theroux has been around the block in terms of random TV appearances -- 'Six Feet Under,' 'Alias,' 'The District,' 'Spin City,' 'Ally McBeal' -- his most noteworthy of late being on 'Parks and Rec' as one of Leslie's past boyfriends. But last night, we were watching the Style channel -- naturally -- during which time a 'Sex and the City' marathon was taking place, and all the while we couldn't help but see Jesse Bradford's face instead of a young Theroux.