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Here Are 23 Of The Most Dramatically Different Then-Vs.-Now Pics Of The Golden Globe Nominees

Paul Rudd still looks exactly the same, though.

1. Tom Hanks (1989 vs. 2020)

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Then: Tom won his first-ever Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy after starring in Big.

Now: This year he's nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his portrayal of Mr. Rogers in It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

2. Eddie Murphy (1983 vs. 2020)

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Then: He was nominated for New Star of the Year β€” Actor.

Now: This year he's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance in Dolemite Is My Name.

3. Reese Witherspoon (2000 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for her performance in Election. She's pictured with Ryan Phillippe.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series β€” Drama for her performance in Big Little Lies.

4. Kirsten Dunst (1994 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for Interview With a Vampire.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series β€” Musical or Comedy for On Becoming a God in Central Florida.

5. Jennifer Lopez (1998 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for her performance in Selena.

Now: She's nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her performance in Hustlers.

6. Leonardo DiCaprio (1994 vs. 2020)

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Then: Leo was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his performance in What's Eating Gilbert Grape.

Now: This year he's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance as Rick Dalton in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

7. Jennifer Aniston (1996 vs. 2020)

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Then: Friends was nominated for Best Television Series β€” Comedy or Musical. She's pictured with Lisa Kudrow.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series β€” Drama for her performance in The Morning Show.

8. Cate Blanchett (1998 vs. 2020)

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Then: She won Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Elizabeth.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for her performance in Where'd You Go, Bernadette?

9. Charlize Theron (2004 vs. 2020)

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Then: She won Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Monster.

Now: She's nominated again for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Bombshell.

10. Margot Robbie (2014 vs. 2020)

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Then: Wolf of Wall Street was nominated for Best Picture β€” Musical or Comedy.

Now: She's nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.

11. Michelle Williams (2006 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her performance in Brokeback Mountain.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series or Television Motion Picture for her performance in Fosse/Verdon.

12. Rami Malek (2016 vs. 2020)

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Then: He was nominated for Best Actor in a Television Series β€” Drama for his performance in Mr. Robot.

Now: He's nominated again for Best Actor in a Television Series β€” Drama for Mr. Robot!

13. Adam Driver (2013 vs. 2020)

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Then: Girls won Best Television Series β€” Musical or Comedy. In this pic, Adam is pictured with Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, and Ilene S. Landress.

Now: He's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for his performance in Marriage Story. He's pictured with Joanne Tucker.

14. RenΓ©e Zellweger (2001 vs. 2020)

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Then: She won Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for her performance in Nurse Betty.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her portrayal of Judy Garland in Judy.

15. Laura Dern (1992 vs. 2020)

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Then: Laura was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Rambling Rose.

Now: She's nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in Marriage Story.

16. Joaquin Phoenix (2006 vs. 2020)

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Then: He won Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance in Walk the Line.

Now: He's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for his performance in Joker.

17. Saoirse Ronan (2016 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Brooklyn.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Little Women.

18. Bill Hader (2015 vs. 2020)

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Then: He was a guest and presenter!

Now: He's nominated for Best Actor in a Television Series β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance in Barry. He's pictured with Rachel Bilson!

19. Nicole Kidman (1996 vs. 2020)

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Then: She won Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Comedy or Musical for her performance in To Die For.

Now: She's nominated for Best Actress is a Television Series β€” Drama for her performance in Big Little Lies.

20. Daniel Craig (2013 vs. 2020)

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Then: He was there supporting his wife, Rachel Weisz, for her Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama nomination.

Now: He's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance in Knives Out.

21. Scarlett Johansson (2004 vs. 2020)

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Then: She was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Musical or Comedy for her performance in Lost in Translation.

Now: This year she's nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her performance in Marriage Story.

22. Brad Pitt (1996 vs. 2020)

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Then: He won Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his performance in 12 Monkeys.

Now: He's nominated again for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his performance in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

23. Paul Rudd (2013 vs. 2020)

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Then: He was a guest and a presenter!

Now: He's nominated for Best Actor in a Television Series β€” Musical or Comedy for his performance in Living With Yourself. He's pictured with Julie Yaeger.