15+ Movie Couples With Big Age Gaps We Never Really Noticed

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Being close in age isn’t something that works for all people and all relationships. Sometimes people fall in love despite how big their age difference is and they make it work just fine. And this is something we often see in movies, where men are more commonly older than their female partners. And we sometimes don’t even realize how big their age gap is, since we get captivated by the story.

1. Olivia Wilde (29) and Liam Neeson (61) in Third Person

2. Milly Alcock (22) and Matt Smith (39) in House of the Dragon

3. Léa Seydoux (36) and Daniel Craig (53) in No Time to Die

4. Gwyneth Paltrow (26) and Michael Douglas (54) in A Perfect Murder

5. Margot Robbie (23) and Leonardo DiCaprio (39) in The Wolf of Wall Street

6. Audrey Hepburn (28) and Fred Astaire (58) in Funny Face

7. Drew Barrymore (17) and Tom Skerritt (58) in Poison Ivy

8. Emily Carey (19) and Paddy Considine (49) in House of the Dragon

9. Andrea Riseborough (33) and Michael Keaton (63) in Birdman

10. Emma Stone (19) and Colin Firth (53) in Magic in The Moonlight

11. Julia Roberts (23) and Richard Gere (41) in Pretty Woman

12. Ali Wong (37) and Keanu Reeves (55) in Always Be My Maybe

13. David Kross (18) and Kate Winslet (33) in Reader

14. Scarlett Johansson (17) and Billy Bob Thornton (46) in The Man Who Wasn’t There

15. Margaret Qualley (25) and Brad Pitt (56) in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

16. Maggie Gyllenhaal (32) and Jeff Bridges (60) in Crazy Heart


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