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14 Superhero Actors Who Traveled Between the Universes of DC and Marvel

The stories created by DC and Marvel take place in 2 separate universes, but luckily, our favorite actors don’t have to choose between them and they can literally have the best of both worlds. Ben Affleck, Halle Berry, and Ryan Reynolds — are just a few of the celebrity actors who portrayed good and evil characters in the masterpieces created by the 2 companies and happily survived the trip between parallel cinema worlds.

Here at Bright Side, we’ve made these picture collages for you that show DC and Marvel heroes played by 14 famous actors, and we wonder if you remember them appearing in both of the universes.

Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan in Green Lantern and as Deadpool in Deadpool

Halle Berry as Catwoman in Catwoman and as Storm in X-Men: Days of Future Past

James Marsden as Richard White in Superman Returns and as Cyclops in X-Men: The Last Stand

Ben Affleck as Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and as Daredevil in Daredevil

Chris Evans as Jensen in The Losers and as Captain America in The Avengers

Natalie Portman as Evey in V for Vendetta and as Jane Foster in Thor: The Dark World

Idris Elba as Roque in The Losers and as Heimdall in Thor: Ragnarok

Hugo Weaving as V in V for Vendetta and as Red Skull in Captain America: The First Avenger

Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex in Jonah Hex and as Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc in Suicide Squad and as Kurse in Thor: The Dark World

Michael Fassbender as Burke in Jonah Hex and as Erik Lehnsherr in X-Men: Days of Future Past

Zoe Saldana as Aisha in The Losers and as Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy

Tommy Lee Jones as Harvey Two-Face in Batman Forever and as Colonel Chester Phillips in Captain America: The First Avenger

Djimon Hounsou as Midnite in Constantine and as Korath in Guardians of the Galaxy

Which universe is your favorite, DC or Marvel? What is your favorite superhero movie and why?