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8 Sets of Celebrity Doppelgangers We Still Can't Believe Are Different People

By Vivian Kane | Lists | December 6, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Lists | December 6, 2015 |

Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard
I know they’re different people. My brain tells me that’s a true thing. There’s even a song about them being two separate people that exist in the world.

Everyone get it yet? : ) performance by #BryceDallasHoward not #JessicaChastain

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Yes, I know this is true. I just don’t understand how.

Sienna Miller and Naomi Watts
These two don’t even look THAT much alike. They’ve both had big hits, but if you asked me to remember which one of the pretty accented blondes was in, say, that 2005 King Kong or 21 Grams or any other forgettable mid-aughts movie, I’d have nothing but a straight-up guess.

Kyle Chandler and James Wolk
You will never be able to convince me that James Wolk is not a young Kyle Chandler with a time machine.

Margo Martindale and Ann Dowd
I love both of these women, but I also definitely spent the entire first season of The Leftovers thinking they were the same person.

Kiera Knightley, Natalie Portman, and Daisy Ridley
Kiera Knightly and Natalie Portman have been longstanding doppelgangers, ever since Knightley played Portman’s lookalike in The Phantom Menace, but Ridley’s the latest addition to the uncanny XXL smile gallery of the Star Wars ingenues.

The Bills, Paxton and Pullman
These two look absolutely nothing alike, but they must share an aura.

Javier Bardem and Jeffrey Dean Morgan
I don’t even know which is which.

Selma Blair and Kris Jenner

I don’t know if anyone noticed this until Blair was cast as Jenner in that OJ Simpson movie, but now we can never, ever unsee it.

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