“How is it even possible?”: Here are today’s legendary stars whose exact copies were found from the past

Today’s iconic stars and people from the past who look literally the same

When looking at the exact copies of today’s legendary celebrities from the past whose similarity is definitely something out of this world one may be left literally speechless. Sometimes, it really seems as if they are identical twins, vampires or time travelers since the way they look like each other is simply incredible. Here are today’s legendary stars with their exact copies from the past.

Probably the great grandfather of M. McConaughey

Imagibe DiCaprio was a woman from the 1960. He would undoubtedly look like this.

M. Zuckerberg compared to King Phillip IV who ruled Spain. The similarity is incredible.

The film star L. Whiting who brilliantly starred in “Romeo and Juliet” and Z. Efron. Amazing!

Literally exact copies! Comedian and TV host J. Fallon compared with former People’s Liberation Party of Turkey leader M. Chayan.

Nicolas Cage’s identical twin has recently been found from the past.

L. Barroso and M. Damon look exactly the same as this couple who got married in 1961.

Here is talented American writer and director Z. N. Hurston from the 1940s and Queen Latifah.

A photo of schoolchildren taken in 1978 and the iconic photo of A. Samerg and D. Radcliffe in 2013.

Compare brilliant singer Lina Horn from the 1950s and American singer A. Keys!

Robert Grint is believed to look exactly like David Wilkie who drew his own portrait in 1805.

Look at Herman Rorschach well-known for his “Rorschach test” and today’s legend of Hollywood in the great movie “Seven”.

It is rather hard to find any clear-cut differences between Ch. Bale and actor J. Brolin. Incredible!

The photos of a New Yorker in 1939 and popular rapper Jay-Z!

Legendary A. Brody is often compared with philosopher John Locke from the 17th century.

J. Lawrence is sometimes compared with Egyptian actress Zubaida Tarvot from the 1940s.

Do you think they look exactly the same?