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Jessica Chastain jokes about being mistaken for Bryce Dallas Howard

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Jessica Chastain doesn’t have much patience left for the people who still get her mixed up with her The Help co-star Bryce Dallas Howard.

The X-Men actress couldn’t resist jumping on a TikTok trend to vent her frustration about the constant mix-up between herself and her fellow redhead.

Jessica, 44, posted a video of herself mouthing along to ‘I’m f**king sick of it’ – as she joined in on the Sick of It trend started by KingDiaaa2.

‘When you spend 20 years building a career and they still think you work at Jurassic Park,’ she captioned the clip, referencing Bryce’s role in the Jurassic World movies.

The pair have long joked about being confused for each other, with Bryce even lipsyncing to a song a fan wrote for her about not being her fellow redhead.

She captioned the playful clip: ‘Everyone get it yet? : ) performance by #BryceDallasHoward not #JessicaChastain.’

During an appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show in 2015, Jessica revealed the mix-up has been happening since the start of their careers after a group of teens once approaching her to say ‘The Village was such a great movie.’

Jessica recalled: ‘I had this moment of do I tell them that they’re wrong and it’s not me, or do I pretend I’m Bryce. So I pretended I was Bryce.’

Meanwhile, even Ron Howard once mistook his own daughter for Jessica while shopping at an Apple store.

The pair worked together in 2011 on their hit film, The Help (Picture: Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for kate spade new york)

The actress’ previously laughed about the situation when they met on the set of 2011’s The Help.

Jessica stated in a 2019 interview: ‘The first time we met, we went to the table read and looked at each other, because we both get it all the time, and we grabbed each other’s hands and said, “Let’s go to the mirror”.

‘And we went to the mirror and looked at our faces and went, “Yeah, we look exactly alike.”‘

‘There are little things about us that are different, but we definitely look like kin,’ the Molly’s Game star said, insisting that she sees the comparison ‘as a compliment.’

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