The Best Movie Twins Ever

The Best Movie Twins Ever

It’s often said that twins share a special bond that original recipe siblings don’t have. Famous for finishing each others sandwiches sentences, twins have also been known to inhabit a movie or two – from a crusading galactic duo connected by the Force to super-powered beings created in a lab by Hydra. Ahead of Twins Days Weekend, we’ve compiled a list of the best and most notable movie twins around. Sometimes these characters are secret twins who don’t even know of each others’ existence while other times the two are inseparable warriors who always have each others’ backs when battling evil. In rare occasions, the twins are mortal enemies, with one determining the other must die. From Star Wars to Austin Powers to burgeoning Avengers, here are the best movie twins ever… [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=the-best-movie-twins-ever&captions=true”] Luke and Leia (Star Wars Skywalker Saga) Perhaps the most famous cinematic twins of all time are Luke and Leia (Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher), the children of Anakin and Padme who were spirited away from their home, and each other, to protect them from the sinister clutches of The Galactic Empire. One raised a princess, the other a farmer, these two would be drawn together by fate, and the Force, long before even knowing they were related. Philippe Bourbon and King Louis XIV (The Man in the Iron Mask) Leonardo DiCaprio played the identical twin roles of King Louis XIV and his brother, Phillippe, who was purposefully raised separately so he’d know nothing of his royal heritage and therefore never start a war for the throne. Once Phillippe was discovered, the corrupt and cruel Louis imprisoned his brother and kept him inside an iron mask to conceal his identity. It fell to the Four Musketeers to help right this wrong. Wanda and Pietro Maximoff (Marvel Cinematic Universe) In the comics, Wanda and Pietro — played by Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the MCU — were the mutant children of Magneto (and Pietro/Peter still is in the X-Men movie franchise) but Marvel Studios had no access to mutants so instead these two, who were introduced fully in Avengers: Age of Ultron, were Sokovian protestors who volunteered to to be a part of Wolfgang von Strucker’s Hydra experiments. They were the only two to survive the Scepter/Mind Stone’s meddling, and came out on the other side with incredible abilities. Hallie Parker and Annie James (The…
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