When “Frozen” came out in 2013, it became an instant sensation. Every little girl wanted to look like Anna or Elsa. But, all that Anna and Elsa buzz might have had us miss what was right under our noses — Cole LaBrant.
Social media star Cole LaBrant has an uncanny resemblance to the reindeer-loving Kristoff. LaBrant has noticed the incredible similarity himself and has dressed up as Kristoff many times, much to the fans’ enjoyment.
While it was actor Tom Cruise who Aladdin was molded after, it is pop star Joe Jonas who looks exactly like him from the hair to the eyebrows down to the eyes. These two have exactly the same features!
When the original "Aladdin" came out in 1992, Joe was only three years old. As for today, Joe is over 30, and we don't understand how he wasn't cast as the iconic character in the live-action version of 2019.
When DreamWork's "Shrek" came out in the early 2000s, it was a smash hit. One of the reasons for that was the film's ability to surprise viewers. For example, the movie has a Prince Charming that was anything but charming.
Charming or not, this Game of thrones actor has a striking similarity to the animated character. Both his hair and his posture remind us of the charmless prince. Hopefully, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has a better personality!
Droopy the dog was brought to us during the golden age of animation. He is named after his main feature, his droopy face.
While with age and time, many of us will probably end up looking like droopy, this guy has beat us to it. His eyes and mouth are dangling in the exact same way as this famous dog.
Ming-Na Wen, the actress whose voice is best known for her starring part as Fa Mulan in the animated musical action "Mulan," had a thing or two to say about the character. Wen said that while she and the finalized version of Mulah may not look exactly alike, several of her gestures made it into the final cut.
According to the actress, you can really see the resemblance in the way Mulan plays with her hair throughout the film. We can only imagine how cool it must be to see your gestures and features turned into a cartoon! It's incredible to see what details animators pick up!