Haircuts and Six Iconic Style Scenes In Movies

Haircuts and Six Iconic Style Scenes In Movies

Haircuts are an important part of any movie scene. Whether it's a classic '50s look, a modern twist, or something completely different, we've collected some of the best cuts from Hollywood classics.

The Joker's Shaggy Cut

The Joker has been portrayed by actors ranging from Jack Nicholson to Heath Ledger. However, no actor has ever played him quite as well as Jared Leto. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance in "Dallas Buyers Club." His hair is shaggy and unkempt, with a bit of a mop top. It's also dyed bright red.

James Bond's Slick Back

The iconic character of James Bond has had several different hairstyles throughout the years. Here are six of the most memorable ones.

The Dude's Dreadlocks

The first appearance of the "Dude" haircut was in the film “The Big Lebowski” (1998). Jeff Bridges played the role of Walter Sobchak, who sported dreadlocks. This style became popular among young men in the 1990s and 2000s.

Neo's Mohawk

The iconic hairstyle worn by Keanu Reeves in the Matrix trilogy has been copied by many celebrities since its debut in 1999. It consists of two layers of hair cut into a mohawk shape with a center part.

Batman's Braid

The braid was first seen in the movie Batman Begins (2005) when Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) was preparing to fight Ra's al Ghul (Liam Neeson). He wore his hair in a side parting and tied it back with a black bandana.

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