13 celebrities who dug up a time machine somewhereBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/13-celebrities-who-dug-up-a-time-machine-somewhere1
You say there is no time machine. Admit. And then how to explain the appearance of the rapper Jay Z on one of the streets of New York in 1939? And what does the expressive profile of Sylvester Stallone do in the fresco of the XV century? Apparently, Shurik still succeeded in his experience. The service is obviously expensive, so mostly Hollywood rich people travel in time.
Rapper Jay Z gets inspired on the streets of Harlem, 1939.
In Victorian times, Steve Martin had a habit of being photographed in a woman's dress.
No one knows exactly how many times Matt Damon was married.
It turns out that "Romeo and Juliet" was written by Paul Giamatti.
Elijah Wood has tested the hard way what it's like to be a Bedouin woman.
The image of a young Sylvester Stallone can be seen on one of the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel.
Nicolas Cage was seen in Tennessee in the middle of the XIX century…
...and also in the role of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico .
Jason Siegel, having moved into the past, managed to grow old.
And Matthew McConaughey — shaved.
Peter Dinklage was once known as Don Sebastiano del Morra from a painting by Diego Velasquez.
Justin Timberlake worked as a clerk in Liverpool for a while.