28Entry by okojemiako
27Entry by Ted E.
Being typecast is fairly common in Hollywood. Robert Downey, Jr. seems to be the go-to guy for "brilliant and suave smartass." Need some narration? Tap on Morgan Freeman. Does the film call for a British guy? Benedict Cumberbatch.
But then there's the "I swear I've seen this person before" typecasting that is more common than you think. These are those people.
Fans won’t mind a little inconsistency, right?
Movie locations and sets can look wildly different from what’s on the screen.