Presently, we realize entertainers will in general play characters a *bit* out of their age range. This can look somewhat odd, yet I generally think that it is particularly interesting when an entertainer plays a person of one age, then, at that point pivots and plays a person way more youthful or more seasoned.
1. Anne Hathaway played the adolescent Ella in Ella Enchanted, then, at that point the following year played Lureen in Brokeback Mountain for the term of the long term story.
2. Amy Poehler played a school matured RA in Undeclared only two years prior to playing the mother of a teen in Mean Girls.
3. Jennifer Lawrence played 17-year-old Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II that very year she played thirtysomething mother Joy in Joy.
4. Samuel L. Jackson played 40-year-old Ken Carter in Coach Carter simply a year prior to playing maturing artist Lazarus Redd in Black Snake Moan.
5. Paul Rudd played an adolescent camp advocate in Wet Hot American Summer, then, at that point the thirtysomething Mike on Friends a year after the fact.
6. Andrew Garfield played the single parent of what appeared to be somewhere around an 8-year-old in 99 Homes that very year he played high school Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
7. Gwyneth Paltrow played a child in Hook, an undergrad two years after the fact in Malice, and afterwards the equivalent matured spouse as 31-year-old Brad Pitt two years after that in Se7en.
8. Forrest Gump — Tom Hanks played a bereft dad in Sleepless in Seattle, a veteran baseball player/chief in A League of Their Own, and a senior law partner in Philadelphia, about a year prior to playing Forrest as a secondary school understudy.
9. Shirley Henderson played the 12-year-old Moaning Myrtle in the Harry Potter films while playing Bridget Jones’ thirtysomething dearest companion in the Bridget Jones’ Diary series.
10. Bianca Lawson played a high schooler in Pretty Little Liars that very year she played a secondary school direction advisor in Teen Wolf.