You know these famous faces as you see them today on the silver screen and on your TV. But do you remember how they looked when they first started out?
And because you know you’re curious, let’s check out how they look now in comparison.
When it comes to fame, both in the real world and social media, it's hard to top the empire that Selena Gomez has built. Not only does she have an insane number of fans in both arenas, but they're devoutly loyal and they belong to a very specific (and desirable) demographic.
Disney has announced that it will be VERY busy in the coming years. Not just with its standard slate of animated films, or with its continuations of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones sagas, but with another massive undertaking as well.
It would be interesting enough to collect vintage photos from the 1870s the way Alex Gross does. But he takes his hobby a step further by "enhancing" copies of the photos (the real ones are safe, don't worry) by turning the subjects into famous pop culture icons.
This is Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones, who should be enjoying the success of the film's recent release.
The Pixar world might consists of less than twenty feature films, but the studio has still managed to create its own little universe among those films. It might not be immediately obvious to those who watch the films casually, but take a critical eye and you'll see lots of familiar faces and logos popping up in many different films!
While most super funs of Game of Thrones are content to just watch the TV series, 33-year-old actor and TV host Paolo Ballesteros actually becomes it — or at least some of the characters.
He's a pretty handsome guy, which is why it’s so impressive that he can transform his look into that of a beautiful woman using only makeup and skill.
Meet two-year-old Charlie Magilavy from Ohio, who although small, is mighty in spirit and his obsession with Rocky Balboa.
When a movie gets made about a celebrity, it’s always interesting to see what other celebrity gets cast to play them. It turns out that some celebrities actually have other celebrity doppelgängers who look like they were born to play that role.
In homage to these amazing performances, Bored Panda compiled a list of the most accurate real-life portrayals to ever hit the silver screen.
Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen (2007)
Let’s say you like dressing up as your favorite characters, but can’t afford the fancy costumes you see all over the place. The solution? Do what Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, aka the guy behind “Lowcost Cosplay” does, and create them from household objects.
Will you look exactly like those iconic characters? Of course not, but you’ll get points for creativity..