No matter what direction Anthony Perkins took later on in his career, he never stopped looking like Norman Bates in 1960's 'Psycho.' And yet it took a few more years past his death in 1992 to finally break from this mold and now all we can see is 'The Amazing Spider-Man' star Andrew Garfield.

Garfield wouldn't be the first to go through a mimicking phase -- for a short time, Ryan Gosling tried to pull off the young Marlon Brando look with his plain white t-shirts that could easily hide a pack of cigs up the sleeves. But with a girlfriend like Emma Stone, who's becoming more a more of a style icon as we speak, Garfield had to do something to amp up his image and the Perkins vibe was a good choice.