Brothers and Sisters

Oftentimes, onscreen siblings leave us scratching our heads when, really, the celebrity look-alikes are so obvious! Here’s who should really be playing brothers and sisters …

Courteney Cox and Demi Moore

Dark tresses, snow-white complexions and hot bods make Courteney Cox and Demi Moore a perfect pair!

KEEP READING: Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie


Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie

Onscreen sisters Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie could kick some serious butt together (Transformers, Mr. Smith and tomb-dwelling robots, beware) and look oh-so-good doing it.

KEEP READING: Columbus Short and John Legend


Columbus Short and John Legend

Can we say … musical? Between John Legend’s Grammy-winning soul style and Columbus Short’s harmonica chops in Cadillac Records — these two could really make some noise. How about a band of brothers?

KEEP READING: Drea de Matteo and Portia de Rossi


Drea de Matteo and Portia de Rossi 

Portia de Rossi spent three seasons playing Lindsay Bluth on Arrested Development only to learn that she was adopted. Perhaps in the Arrested movie, Lindsay will meet her real twin: Drea de Matteo!  

KEEP READING: Rachel Griffiths and Juliette Lewis


Rachel Griffiths and Juliette Lewis 

Rachel Griffiths might play big sis to Calista Flockhart on ABC’s Brothers and Sisters, but we think Juliette Lewis is a much better match!

KEEP READING: Russell Crowe and Ben McKenzie


Russell Crowe and Ben McKenzie

Accidents happen, and if Russell Crowe ever needs an “oops” baby brother for one of his action thrillers, we recommend Southland’s Ben McKenzie. And likewise, Southland oughta consider a guest-star appearance from big-bro Crowe …

KEEP READING: Justin Long and Jimmy Fallon


Justin Long and Jimmy Fallon 

It’s too bad their producer girlfriends (who just happen to be BFFs) didn’t cast them as bros when they had the chance. While Jimmy Fallon and his gal Nancy Juvonen tied the knot, Justin Long and Drew Barrymore split. If nothing else, maybe Long will show up on the Late Night to promote his next movie. 

KEEP READING: Malin Akerman and Cameron Diaz


Malin Akerman and Cameron Diaz

Fans were floored when the Farrelly brothers cast Malin Akerman opposite Ben Stiller in Heartbreak Kid … because the fresh-faced actress looked just like Stiller’s Something About Mary costar Cameron Diaz. Take note, Farrellys, and cast the blond beauties together next time.

KEEP READING: Vivica A. Fox and Vanessa Williams


Vivica A. Fox and Vanessa Williams 

Sassy sisters? We think so. Between Vanessa Williams‘ severe tongue lashings (Ugly Betty) and Vivica A. Fox’s cool karate moves (Kill Bill), that’s a definite recipe for kickass sisters.

KEEP READING: Skeet Ulrich and Johnny Depp


Skeet Ulrich and Johnny Depp 

Keith Richards stepped in as Jack Sparrow’s dad in the last Pirates movie, so why not introduce a long lost brother in the next installment? Skeet Ulrich already has the wild hair and five o’clock shadow; just add a little liquid liner, and he’s good to go!

KEEP READING: Elizabeth Mitchell and Carrie Anne Moss


Elizabeth Mitchell and Carrie Anne Moss 

Where Elizabeth Mitchell and Carrie Anne Moss differ in hair color, they more than make up for in facial features and fanboys. These two teaming up just might be more than geekdom’s Lost and Matrix followers could handle.

KEEP READING: Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon


Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon

Remember when Matt Damon starred in Stuck on You with Greg Kinnear? Well, imagine if Leonardo DiCaprio replaced Kinnear as the Siamese twin. Absolute perfection, hello?!

KEEP READING: Kristin Chenoweth and Kelly Ripa


Kristin Chenoweth and Kelly Ripa

Blond hair? Check. Petite pixie frame? Check. Infectious laugh? Check. Yeah, Kristin Chenoweth and Kelly Ripa could definitely be sisters.

KEEP READING: Daniel Craig and Jason Statham


Daniel Craig and Jason Statham 

Why not two hard-bodied brothers causing trouble in the London underworld? Think on it, Guy Ritchie!

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