Here Are Some Mind-Boggling Photos Of Oscar Stars Posing With Their Younger Selves

by
Sameera Ehteram
You’re only as good as your last role. That’s the way things are in Hollywood. Since an artist’s persona varies from film to film, one tends ot forget their past appearance, but now, thanks to the magic of Photoshop, you can see these stars side by side with their younger selves.

You’re only as good as your last role. That’s the way things are in Hollywood.

Since an artist’s persona varies from film to film, one tends ot forget their past appearance, but now, thanks to the magic of Photoshop, you can see these stars side by side with their younger selves.

Here are 10 of our favorite old vs new pictures.  

   

Jared Leto

Here is the Thirty Seconds to Mars front man who gave us the memorable Rayon –  the HIV-positive transgender woman from Dallas Buyers Club.

He was as cute as a kid as he is now.

Jennifer Lawrence

Did she really fall at the Oscars this year as well? Did she not? Who cares? Have you seen a girl this cute?

Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo may have lost out on the Oscars once again; leaving his fans in mourning; but he is a great actor and will remain for a long time to come.  He doesn’t need a symbolic trophy to tell him that.

Tom Hanks

Behold Tom Hanks- the man who made the likes of A League of Their Own, ForrestGump, Saving Private Ryan, and Cast Awaymemorable for us.

Meryl Streep

Over the years, this evergreen and extremely talented has aged like a fine wine, becoming more graceful as she grows older.

Christian Bale

Who would have thought this cute little kid would have grown into this ruggedly handsome Hollywood heartthrob.

Matthew McConaughey

Suave? Naughty? Rugged? You can just keep guessing. He’s been all of that and more.

Julia Roberts

She may have made Cate Blanchett almost miss her Oscar, but this pretty woman has only gone from hot to hotter over the years.

Sandra Bullock

 

 

 

 

Sandra Bullock did not win an Oscar for her performance in ‘Gravity’ but Alfonso Cuaron, the Oscar winning director of the film, attributed the movie’s success to none other than the actress herself saying that she was the ‘soul, heart of the film."

Amy Adams

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