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It's no secret that actors are often booked to play characters of much younger ages. Kerr Smith was 26 when he played 16 year old Jack McPhee on Dawson's Creek.

His incredibly youthful appearance (which has since become a full head of gray hair by 40) worked in his favor. Other celebrities have ridden a similar wave of good fortune. 

Playing younger roles on camera certainly helps keep them younger in our minds, but for many stars, the truth is they really look like they're only as old as their characters.

Have they found the fountain of youth? Are they just the product of a slow-aging gene pool? Maybe they're just secret friends with Dr. Botox and his friend The Scalpel?

Who knows! But here are 19 stars who are older than they look:

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston is 45! Contrary to reports, she is not becoming a mom in her mid-40s. Probably.

We know. We don't believe it either. Especially not #5.

In fact, to further test that fountain of youth theory, here are nine pairs of stars who are the same age, but you'd never know it by looking at them ...

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Forget those summer blockbusters for a moment.

And let's focus instead on the only 2014 blockbuster that really matters.

It features a certain District 12 Victor, it comes out on November 21, it's the third film in its franchise... and we positively cannot wait for it!

We speak, of course, about The Hunger Games: Mockingjay.

Lionsgate has released the first photos from this wildly anticipated film, and they feature Julianne Moore as President Coin, along with a look at Philip Seymoure Hoffman as Plutarch, a role he finished filming just before he died in February.

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Julianne Moore as President Coin
This is our first look at Julianne Moore in Mockingjay. It's safe to say we're excited for the film.

We'll update this gallery when shots of Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and company are released.

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The Hunger Games has landed another Oscar nominee.

With Philip Seymour Hoffman already on board Catching Fire in the key role of Plutarch Heavensbee, Lionsgate has confirmed that Julianne Moore will portray President Alma Coin in the final two installments of the franchise, Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2.

The character is the stoic leader of Katniss and company's rebellion against the Capitol.

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Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2 will be released in November 2014 and 2015, respectively. Other casting items related to the film include:

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With The Hunger Games headed to Comic-Con, we can now confirm that Julianne More may be headed to The Hunger Games!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moore would come on board the final two installments of the franchise as District 13 leader Alma Coin, a major character in Suzanne Collins' "Mockingjay."

Coin clashes with Katniss and draw suspicion from our heroine as she does battle with the Capitol regime.

Julianne Moore Image

Negotiations are allegedly ongoing, but the Oscar nominee would be yet another casting coup for the films, which added Philip Seymour Hoffman to Catching Fire.

He, of course, is joining the established trio of Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.

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Julianne Moore won an Emmy for portraying Sarah Palin in HBO's Game Change.

That did not sit well with the former V.P. candidate's daughter Bristol Palin. Why?

"I don't think she's a good interpreter of my mom. I think my mom is way hotter than that," she said. "I think she doesn't have that accent. It's kind of silly, but my mom's awesome."

Sure she is. Do you agree with Bristol (who's been receiving white powder and death threats in the mail) that Sarah's hotter than Julianne? Tell us below, who'd you rather ...

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In HBO's new film Game Change, Sarah Palin is portrayed by Julianne Moore as unstable, unprepared and ill-informed on world affairs and basic world history.

The former GOP V.P. candidate is none too pleased about all this, even though the film is based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s page-turning bestseller.

A non-fiction bestseller.

Of course, Palin will never actually see it, but dag gone it, “Hollywood lies are Hollywood lies,” she says of Game Change and its window into the 2008 election.

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Palin accuses Jay Roach, the director, and his collaborator, Danny Strong, of trying “[To] drum up their money and their machine and their machine happens to be very pro-leftist, pro-Barack Obama ... there at HBO.”

The one-time Alaska Governor lambasted its “false narrative” also noted that any of the campaign staffers who contributed to revealing behind-the-scenes information for Game Change should feel “shame and… embarrassment.”

Palin’s PAC slammed the film, debuting tomorrow night, as “historical fiction.”

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Julianne Moore’s transformation into Sarah Palin in the HBO film Game Change, set to premiere in March, is striking. Guess that's how you earn four Oscar nominations.

The 51-year-old actress stars opposite Ed Harris (as John McCain) and Woody Harrelson (adviser Steve Schmidt) in the film based on the 2010 book of the same name.

Game Change centers around the '08 presidential elections, following the U.S. Senator’s run and decision to select Palin, then governor of Alaska, as his running mate:

“In terms of research I did on the way campaigns are conducted, so much is about how do you get on the air, how do you get the most media attention," Moore said.

"How do you make the most noise. When in fact, what we’re all looking for is leadership, we don’t want noise. We want people who are going to take care of us.”

Wow. That's way too intelligent to come from an actual political figure.

The book Game Change chronicled the actions of both parties during the 2008 race, but based on the cast, the film looks to be centered primarily on the Republican side.

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Julianne Moore will portray Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change.

While Moore wasn't a name that jumped out at us as a doppelganger for the former Alaska Governor, we know she can act (four Oscar nominations), and based on this promotional photo from the network, she certainly looks the part.

The film begins shooting this week and co-stars Ed Harris as John McCain and chronicles the historic 2008 presidential election. Here’s your pic:

Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin

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A four-time Oscar nominee has been tapped to play political celebrity Sarah Palin in HBO Films' upcoming adaptation of the bestseller Game Change.

Based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's book, the film centers on insider gossip and inner workings of the '08 McCain and Obama campaigns.

Game Change depicts Palin as a lightning rod, a wild card way out of her depth and unprepared for the national spotlight. So who will portray her?

Probably not someone who jumps out at you right away ...

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Julianne Moore has a message for Elizabeth Hurley: Nipple, schmipple!

During the same week the British star attended a charity event with her boob in full view, Moore proved that elder actresses can take things one step further. She's totally naked in a new campaign for Bulgari.

Moore, whose 30 Rock quotes during her recent run on that NBC sitcom were muddled by her attempt at a Boston accent, poses below in shots by photographers Mert & Marcus. The only things she's wearing?

A handbag, bracelet and earrings...