People Think Stranger Things ' Natalia Dyer Looks Exactly Like Timothee Chalamet, and It's Scary Accurate

Krystin Arneson

If there's one thing that can unite Twitter, it's a good celebrity doppelgänger. And we've had our share of celebs who can twin with us normals, like this woman who could basically be Rihanna and a bodybuilder who is a dead ringer for J.Lo. But there's an even rarer doppelgänger that Twitter delights in, and those are the "twins" where both parties involved are famous faces. The latest one Twitter's freaking out over? The fact that Stranger ThingsNatalia Dyer and Internet boyfriend/movie star Timothée Chalamet could pretty much be forgiven for making us all think they were twins separated at birth.

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Dyer's just wrapped her latest season of Stranger Things, while Chalamet will soon be seen in Little Women, out December 25, and Dune, due out next year. (Although if you haven't seen the film that woke the world up to him, Call Me by Your Name, it's the perfect time of year to watch it.) As far as their doppelgänger looks, once you see it, you can't look away. They both have that low-key romantic vibe going on, thanks to their porcelain skin and big eyes—especially when Dyer is wearing her hair curly and tousled, which is kind of Chalamet's go-to thing. They even have the same jawline, which is pretty impressive for two people comprised of different genetic material.

Here's Dyer:

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Here's Chalamet:

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OK, they look similar, right? But just wait for this side-by-side of the two of them. Twitter is not known for being a collective voice of reason, but we gotta hand it to them for this one.

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Let's get a close-up, shall we?

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Striking, right? TBH, people have low-key been aware of this since last summer, but people keep waking up to it, and it's glorious:

"She’s somewhere in this sea of timothée...just try and find her," one challenged.

For real: Once you see this, it's hard to unsee it. Now if someone could just run with that Parent Trap remake idea...

Originally Appeared on Glamour