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Watch: 5-Minute Supercut Highlights ‘Actors Acting Opposite Themselves’

5 February 2016 10:26 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Every now and again a movie comes along that requires an actor to act opposite themselves, sometimes even in the same shot. At one point it was a technological feat for filmmakers to actually get the actor on the screen twice (notably, Buster Keaton’s famous scene from 1921’s “The Playhouse,” which sees him play every instrument in an orchestra at once via an inventive in-camera technique), but today, with the help of CG, it has become a more readily available trick. Read More: Watch: Get High With This 2-Minute Supercut Of Drugs In Cinema Now, a new supercut edited together by the folks over at Burger Fiction, “Actors Acting Opposite Themselves,” takes us through some of the high-water marks of the trick (and some of the hilarious and infamous lows). Some of the more notable moments include the great Michael Keaton showing off his comical range in “Multiplicity,” the »

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Brett Eldredge Premieres 'Drunk on Your Love' Video - and Jokes Arresting His Brother Was His Favorite Part

14 January 2016 8:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

After restraining himself in a straitjacket for his previous video, Brett Eldredge was looking for a little more freedom when it came time to shoot the clip for his next single. "I had that crazy idea for 'Lose My Mind,' not realizing I painted myself into the corner of having to actually wear the straitjacket for the whole shoot," the singer-songwriter tells People with a laugh. "I wanted to do something different for 'Drunk on Your Love' - it's a lighthearted, fun, feel-good song and I wanted the video to reflect that." Directed by Joel Robertson and shot in Charleston, »

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Brett Eldredge Premieres 'Drunk on Your Love' Video - and Jokes Arresting His Brother Was His Favorite Part

14 January 2016 8:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

After restraining himself in a straitjacket for his previous video, Brett Eldredge was looking for a little more freedom when it came time to shoot the clip for his next single. "I had that crazy idea for 'Lose My Mind,' not realizing I painted myself into the corner of having to actually wear the straitjacket for the whole shoot," the singer-songwriter tells People with a laugh. "I wanted to do something different for 'Drunk on Your Love' - it's a lighthearted, fun, feel good song and I wanted the video to reflect that." Directed by Joel Robertson and shot in Charleston, »

- Sarah Michaud

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