We Can’t Find Who Did It Better Among 15 Characters Portrayed By Different Performers

Certain figures in the film business, such as Sherlock Holmes, Zorro, and Tarzan, have achieved a status of international cultural values. Every 5-10 years, new films about them are released, with the characters’ stories adapting to new current realities. Each generation, for example, has its own Spider-Man or Batman, who has been played by seven different actors.

We are excited to share the progression of our favorite movie and TV show characters who have been represented by a variety of performers.

1. Batman

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Not only has Batman’s suit evolved over time, but so have the actors who have played him. Around 60 years ago, the first Batman film was released. Adam West made the first appearance, and the renowned “black mask” has since been passed down to the current hero, Robert Pattinson.

2. James Bond

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James Bond is probably the character on our list that has been represented by the most different actors. Sean Connery starred in the first Bond film, Dr. No, which was released on October 5, 1962. There have been 27 James Bond films made in the last 59 years, with Daniel Craig playing the final part.

3. Catwoman

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Not only has Batman’s character evolved with time, but so has Catwoman, his female partner. Many writers’ conceptions of Catwoman, as well as costume designs, have impacted her personality over the years. The attire has evolved from a more exposing appearance to one that is more functional and comfy. The final Catwoman, played by Zoe Kravitz, is really gorgeous.

4. Grand High Witch

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Not everyone is aware that the recently released film The Witches has a 1990 remake starring Anjelica Huston as the Grand High Witch. As you can see from the collage, the protagonist character’s appearance has changed dramatically. However, Anne Hathaway did an excellent job as the new Grand High Witch.

5. Wonder Woman

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Gal Gadot plays Wonder Woman, the contemporary female hero in the cinematic world, who also has one of the oldest precursors. Lynda Carter played Wonder Woman in the four-season blockbuster television series Wonder Woman in the mid-1970s. Note the costume: the fabric has been replaced with metal, symbolizing the female hero’s true power.

6. Dracula

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Dracula, the classic horror monster, appears frequently in TV shows and films about vampires and monsters. Although many actors have played Dracula in films and on television, only three notable actors have had the opportunity to do so: Bela Lugosi in 1927, Christopher Lee in the 1950s and 1970s, and Gary Oldman in 1992.

7. Sabrina Spellman

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Another witch on our list is Sabrina Spellman, a young witch who was represented on screen in a TV show from 1996 to 2003. Melissa Joan Hart portrayed the character at the time. Kiernan Shipka’s Sabrina, an updated and more feminist version, was recently praised by fans. Even if the witch’s appearance has changed slightly, one thing has remained constant: Salem, her cat.

8. Captain America

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Captain America, a fictional superhero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been performed by three different actors at various times. It all began with Reb Brown in 1979, followed by Matt Salinger in 1990, and now Chris Evans, the current Captain America hero.

9. Alice

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Many actresses have fallen down the rabbit hole to play Alice, a character from Lewis Carroll’s novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Although there have been several theatrical productions of this story, three prominent actors have played Alice in films and television series. Tina Majorino portrayed Alice in a “traditional” rendition in 1999, while Caterina Scorsone directed an Alice mini-series in 2002. Mia Wasikowska plays the modernized and most recent Alice persona.

10. Superman

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The next comic book hero with extra powers on our list is Superman, who was reimagined for the big screen dozens of times. Although there are numerous actors who officially represented the world savior, there are a few people who made this character iconic. The first Superman, played by Kirk Alyn, appeared in movies in 1948. But the modern Henry Cavill, who played the hero from 2013 to 2017, is considered to be the best at this role.

11. Bruce Banner/The Hulk

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When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we can’t forget about the most powerful superhero, Hulk. Bruce Banner is the alter ego of the raging monster Hulk. In the 1970s television series The Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferrigno played the first Hulk, while another actor played Banner. Following that, the producers adjusted their method, and now both Hulk and his alter ego are played by the same actor, like in the most recent film, starring Mark Ruffalo.

12. Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice)

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Since 1938, 17 film and television adaptations of Jane Austen’s classic novel have been released. As a result, a number of actresses played Elizabeth Bennet, a young woman who aspires to marry for love but is pressured by her surroundings to marry for convenience. Greer Garson originated the character in 1940, and Lily James is the most recent actress to play it (2016). Fans of the literature, on the other hand, are divided over who played Elizabeth better.

13. Joan of Arc

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Joan of Arc is arguably the most famous French woman of all time. The first film about her was released nearly a century ago, in 1928. Joan was played by Ingrid Bergman in the black-and-white film in 1948, then Milla Jovovich and Leelee Sobieski in the 1999 remake.

14. Tarzan

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When you think of Tarzan, you might imagine of a movie or a cartoon character, depending on your age. To begin, the youngster who was nurtured in the bush was first revealed to the world in a magazine in 1912. From 1918 until 2016, there have been a total of 24 men who have played Tarzan. We included some of the brightest in this collage, starting with Christopher Lambert (1984) and ending with Alexander Skarsgård (2016).

15. Zorro

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Last but not least, there’s Zorro, who is shown as a dashing masked hero who protects people from evil. Multiple actors have played this superhero without superpowers, but his outfit hasn’t altered much throughout the years – he’s always dressed in a black cap with a mask and a sword. From 1920 to 2015, ten different actors have taken on the role of Zorro.

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