Ever notice how some of today’s hottest on-screen men bear a striking resemblance to great acting pros of the past? We round up our forever faves and their modern-day counterparts— proof positive that good haircuts never go out of style. —Alyson Osterman-Kerr
The man who played Atticus Finch was best known for his tremendous stature and classic good looks, often playing the part of the hero.
Hollywood’s go-to star was the dream guy next door, often portraying an average—albeit good-looking—Joe thrust into harrowing situations.
The rebel without a cause had the moody angst persona down pat—and captured the hearts of teens across America.
Hitchcock’s leading man often played the role of the handsome but incorrigible bachelor.
Clean-cut Cavill demonstrated his heroism in Immortals and is set to star as the Man of Steel in an upcoming ﬂick.
Hammer’s slicked back ’do denotes his old-fashioned charm, and he’s no stranger to quickening pulses. Who could forget the Winklevoss twins’ nail-biting lawsuit in The Social Network?
While the Twilighter has brooding down to a science (both on- and off-screen), it’s his ability to cause a tween frenzy wherever he goes that makes him a modern-day Dean.
Clooney is a handsome but incorrigible bachelor, and even bears a striking resemblance to Grant.
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Then: Gregory: Silver Screen Collection; Jimmy: Clarence Sinclair Bull; James: Michael Ochs Archives; Cary: John Kobal Foundation; all Moviepix. Now: Henry: Jordan Strauss/WireImage; Armie: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic; Robert: Fred Duval/FilmMagic; George: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of LaunchPad - February 2012