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That Time Tom Holland Got Snubbed Because His Brother Is a Timothee Chalamet Lookalike (Video)

”Spider-Man Far From Home“ star says his brother Sam Holland was mistaken for ”Lady Bird“ actor

Last Updated: June 26, 2019 @ 9:42 AM

It’s pretty hilarious whenever a celebrity gets mistaken for another celebrity, though you would never guess that a celebrity’s brother would be the one with a famous doppelgänger. That was the case for Tom Holland’s younger brother Sam Holland.

Holland went on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” to promote “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and he shared a story about playing wing-man for his brother Sam looking to meet someone while the family was on a trip to Hawaii.

It turns out that whomever they met in Hawaii were bigger fans of “Lady Bird” and “Call Me by Your Name” than “Avengers” fans, and a woman mistook Sam for none other than Timothée Chalamet.

Sam Holland was happy to embrace his mistaken identity as another brilliant, boyish actor that Twitter loves to obsess over.

“This girl walks into the sea, she’s gorgeous, she’s walking over,” Holland said, recalling the incident with his brother. “She breezes right past me. Hello? And she goes over to Sam and goes ‘Oh, my God, are you Timothée Chalamet? And he was like, ‘Yes.'”

Holland said he’s pretty sure his brother doesn’t speak a bit of French, but that shouldn’t stop him.

And yeah! We can certainly see the comparison, what with his unkempt long hair and laid back demeanor. That’s him on the right of the photo above, with the real Chalamet on the left. Someone put this kid in Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women”!

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Tom Holland with his mother, Nicola Frost, and brothers Harry and Sam (Getty Images)

Since we know you’re going to ask, here’s Sam Holland’s Instagram. No word if he’s still single, though we also know that if he is, his brother Tom won’t be able to keep it a secret for very long.

Watch Tom Holland’s clip on “Late Night” above. “Spider-Man: Far From Home” opens in theaters July 2.