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Clip Of George Clooney Reacting To Quentin Tarantino's Claim That They Look Alike Resurfaces

Clooney turned on his best Tarantino impression while telling a story of how he got cast as Tarantino's brother in 1996's 'From Dusk 'Til Dawn,' and it left fans shaking their heads.

George Clooney; Quentin Tarantino
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People on social media are getting a good chuckle over a resurfaced video in which George Clooney reacted to claims that he and Quentin Tarantino look alike. And he nails an impression, to boot.

The video that made its way back into the twitterverse more than two and a half decades later came as a response to a tweet featuring a photo of Tarantino along with an undeniably gorgeous trio comprising Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt.

The tweet read:

"What kills me is how Quentin Tarantino always poses as if he's the hot one."

A user responded to the tweet by sharing a video, reminding the world that Clooney was cast as Tarantino's brother in the 1996 film From Dusk Till Dawn... because of their likeness.

In the video, the two-time Sexiest Man Alive did his best Tarantino and imagined how the casting came about.

"Quentin was like, 'Well, ya' know man, it was like, I was sitting and watching 'ER' man, and I look over and I'm thinking, y'know, 'F**k man, that guy and I could be, like, brothers, y'know?'"

You can watch below.

WARNING: NSFW language

The end of the video also unveils the actual reason Clooney was cast as Tarantino's brother. According to the footage, director Robert Rodriguez got the idea when he saw Clooney on the cover of Us Magazine.

Tarantino said:

"George was, like, on the cover of 'Us Magazine,' and Robert goes, 'Hey! We can cast this guy; he looks like Quentin!"

Clooney's reaction to the claim also drew attention from the internet, as he could be seen looking away as Tarantino made the statement.

Obviously, people online were highly entertained.

And some people argued that they could actually see the resemblance.

We thank you for this, internet.