What's more precious than a Wes Anderson film? Young versions of that film's stars
Now that we’ve seen Oscar nominees posing with their younger selves, let’s fire up the Wayback Machine for another round of time-traveling.
This round features the stars of the new Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, including Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray.
See 10 of these pairings below, complete with the conversations we can’t help but imagine they’re having. Enjoy!
All photo illustrations by Linzi Silverman for PEOPLE.com.
“Ah, young Adrien. Good to see you’re familiarizing yourself with idiosyncratic facial hair now. You’ll be sporting some in this film.”
Poor Dafoe has such an unfair reputation as an intense character actor. Judging by his hair back in 1987, all he wanted to do was smile and laugh and join A Flock of Seagulls.
“Young Tilda, one day, people will pay to watch you sleep in the Museum of Modern Art.”
That sense of warmth, joy and complete inner peace spreading through you? This is called the Venkman Effect, and it’ll last as long as you stare at this picture.
Years before he played chaos theory scientist Dr. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park, Jeff Goldblum would apply the same theorems to taming his mullet.
Don’t these two just look like the most adorable father-son hit man duo in 1940s Sicily?
Harvey Keitel, seen here in 1986 auditioning for the role of Tom Selleck.
“Accio enormous lapels!”
“Hey, are you Phil Collins?”
“No! And stop asking that!”
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