Nan was not stuffed, these actors just show you twice the time to play twins
An exercise in style not so simple …
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, there are not many in the industry. In other words, when it is necessary to play twins and twins, movies and series often prefer resort to tricks for the task to be performed by a single actor . And for the latter, it is often an exercise in a particular style to respond to oneself. Focus on some notable performances. (Attention, big spoiler for the last film of the list).
Lisa Kudrow in “Friends”: Phoebe and Ursula Buffay
As if one was not enough calibrated Buffay in the family, he had to fade Phoebe is a twin sister from season 1, where it briefly tried to cop Joey . In fact, Ursula is a character that already existed in the series “Mad About You” before typing in the inlays in “Friends” . But fortunately for us, her relationship with her sister was never over developed by the writers. I say happily because what she was shitting that one …
Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Man with the Iron Mask”: Louis XIV / The Man with the Iron Mask
In this film inspired by the myth of “The Man in the Iron Mask” , Leonardo DiCaprio plays a Louis XIV who speaks weirdly in English (movie magic). A ruthless and fierce monarch, who for example sent a man to death, for the sole purpose of managing his zouz ‘to calm. Even worse than Joffrey that one. Still, the man is supported by D’Artagnan fighting his former comrades, the 3 Musketeers, that want to be “The Man in the Iron Mask,” a prisoner who lives H24 with a mask on the face, so that nobody knows that he is the twin brother of the Sun King . Double DiCaprio ration for the people.
Jean-Claude Van Damme in “Double Impact”: Chad and Alex Wagner
Push forward, we go back in the nineties, a time when JCVD and his great facial gap reigned supreme on the action movies in VHS. In “Double Impact” , Belgium’s most aware embodies both Alex and Chad, twin brothers separated at birth after the assassination of their daron. 25 years later, the two brothers will meet in Hong Kong to do the dirty and avenge the memory of their dad . Violent and bourrin, that’s how we loved our Jean-Claude.
Army Hammer in “The Social Network”: Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss
Armie Hammer is a guy who weighs more and more in Hollywood. And you can probably say that his rating has soared thanks to its dual role in “The Social Network” where he plays the Winklevoss brothers. Twins who have any of the “blond” so dear Gad Elmaleh, and did not see coming the big carrot that has put them Mark Zuckerberg in “monopolizing” their idea of social network . Nevertheless, it is necessary to return to Caesar what belongs to him: in reality, Armie did not do the taf solo. If he played Cameron Winklevoss 100%, it was the actor Josh Pence who accompanied him for the role of the other brother (Tyler). The special effects took care of the rest.
Adam Sandler in “Jack & Julie”: Jack and Julie
For this service nuanced, Adam Sandler has achieved the feat of getting together a Razzie Award for worst actor and worst actress in 2011. Gros nanar, “Jack and Jill” tells the story of Jack who is trying as best wrong to get rid of her twin sister Julie, who just squatter home indefinitely . A pitch seen and reviewed, outdated gags and physical transformation that hurts compared to them . Flee poor fools!
Edward Norton in “Swindlers”: Bill and Brady Kincaid
Not the most famous film of Edward Norton’s filmo, yet his performance is interesting. The actor interprets twins, who are both brilliant in their fields: Bill is an emeritus university professor while Brady is a weed grower, king of the scam. Everything will go on lollipop when Bill will be forced to return to the family home to bury his brother, who actually was not dead … The clash of extremes.
Tom Hardy in “Legend”: Reggie and Ronald Kray
“Legend” depicts the true story of the Kray brothers, two gangsters who put the mess in the London of the 60s With downright different personalities: Reggie was a thoughtful and composed while his brother Ronald was a mad dog to brutal methods . A dichotomy that could only be ensured on screen by a complex actor and dense Tom Hardy. Like dab, the English actor is magisterial.
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Christian Bale in “The Prestige”: Alfred Borden
There is another one of British actor who rarely makes mistakes in his roles. Amid the Batman trilogy, Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan gave us a magic trick stunning with “The Prestige” . A feature film in which two magicians wage a merciless war in order to be the boss of the game. Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) does not understand how his rival always happens to split on stage. The trick (prestige) will be revealed at the end of the film: Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) is actually two people, twins who are continually interchanged for the greatest ride of their lives . This is called giving oneself trouble.