How the Actors in "Jackie" Compare to the Real-Life Kennedys
They cast the perfect John F. Kennedy.

On Monday, Fox Searchlight released the first full trailer for the highly anticipated Kennedy biopic Jackie. There's been buzz about Natalie Portman's performance for months, but this trailer gave us our first glimpse of Caspar Phillipson as John F. Kennedy. Take a look at our side-by-sides of the actors from the trailer with their real life counterparts.

Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy

Peter Sarsgaard as Robert Kennedy

Billy Crudup as 'The Interviewer'
Although IMDB and Fox Searchlight refer to Billy Crudup's character as simply "the Interviewer," Theodore H. White was given the first interview with Jackie Kennedy following JFK's assassination. His name may have been purposefully left out to allow Jackie to combine other interviews given by Jacqueline Kennedy into one film.

Caspar Phillipson as John F. Kennedy

Sunnie Pelant as Caroline Kennedy

Brody Weinberg as John F. Kennedy Jr.

Natalie Portman and Caspar Phillipson as Jackie and John F. Kennedy

From: Elle

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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