She stars as a malevolent matriarch in the Hulu Original horror film Run, which premiered on the streaming platform Friday.
And Sarah Paulson had fans seeing double on Saturday when she compared a sweater worn by her character to a nearly identical one donned by Chris Evans in the 2019 mystery film Knives Out.
'Who wore it best? (Don't answer that, even I think it's him.) #RunFilm,' tweeted the actress, 45, who uploaded side-by-side photos of herself and Evans from their respective films.
Seeing double: Sarah Paulson had fans seeing double on Saturday when she compared a sweater worn by her character in Run to a nearly identical one donned by Chris Evans in the 2019 mystery film Knives Out
Though there are some minor differences, fans clearly got a kick out of seeing Paulson and Evans rock similar garb on screen.
In Run, Sarah portrays overbearing single mom Diane Sherman - who isolates, homeschools, and cares for her 17-year-old daughter Chloe played by newcomer Kiera Allen.
Chloe is a paralyzed, wheelchair-bound straight-A student who's told by Diane that she suffers from serious medical conditions including asthma, diabetes, arrhythmia, and hemochromatosis.
However, Chloe is horrified to discover that the label on one of her many prescription bottles peels away to reveal the drugs were actually dispensed under Diane's name.
Run: Paulson stars as a malevolent matriarch in the Hulu Original horror film Run, which premiered on the streaming platform Friday
The brave teenager then embarks on a journey to uncover why her overprotective mother has been gaslighting her and keeping a 'dark, sinister secret from her.'
Despite appearing in a slew of scare-inducing projects over the years, including the FX anthology series American Horror Story, Paulson recently admitted that she is easily spooked.
While on NPR's Ask Me Another, the actress discussed her parents' love of horror movies, such as the Nightmare On Elm Street, and how they 'scared her so much, she'd leave her bedroom door open at night' as a child