There is a theory out there that states that the Hemsworth brothers could play every single leading role in Hollywood. Why? They have both hair colors you're ever going to see on screen, both body types, and frankly, the only race. Together they comprise Hollywood's entire conception of diversity.
The funny thing about the following list is how much it highlights Hollywood's lack of diversity. And we don't mean in a specifically racialized, political way. This isn't a critique of Hollywood's potentially bigoted casting decisions, but rather its almost hilariously evident blandness. Much like pop music has sounded pretty much the same for the past twenty years, thanks to the cartel of Swedish producers handling every soundboard on the west coast, Hollywood movies and the actors therein have looked the same since people first gasped at the sound of talking in The Jazz Singer.
When Robert Redford got old he was replaced with Brad Pitt, and when he aged, was replaced with, SURPRISE OF SURPRISES, Chris Hemsworth.
If you're curious to see these sets of Hollywood twins, keep on clicking to find out the 20 sets of actors we can virtually never tell apart.
20 Will Ferrell and Chad Smith
19 Atlanta de Cadenet and Rachel Bilson
18 Christy Turlington and Jessica Biel
17 James Franco and James Dean
16 Dane Cook and Skylar Astin
15 Oprah Winfrey and Whoopi Goldberg
14 Jada Pinkett Smith and Zoe Saldana
13 Ellen DeGeneres and Henry David Thoreau
12 Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester
11 Sarah Hyland and Mila Kunis
10 Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard
9 Amanda Peet and Lake Bell
8 Zachary Quinto and Eli Roth
7 Abigail Breslin and Chloe Grace Moretz
6 Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
5 Ryan Murphy's Men
4 Matthew Hicks and Prince Harry
3 Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Javier Bardem
2 Jamie Pressly and Margot Robbie
1 Chris Klein and Cory Monteith
Chris Klein, Oz from American Pie, hasn't really done much since the end of the teenage sex comedy franchise. He had a lot of promise, what with his good looks, likeable persona, and athletic physique, but somehow his career just never took off. Cory Monteith played a VERY similar "introductory" character in the form of the sensitive football playing Finn on Glee. Unfortunately, Cory Monteith passed away a few years ago from a drug overdose, the saccharine optimism of Glee obviously a stark contrast with his tormented inner-life.
Sources: HollywoodReporter.com, PopSugar.com, GlamourMagazine.co.uk, Hollywood.com
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