Can you guess these Hollywood leading ladies? Ally McBeal star and 80s Brat ... trends now
FX released a new poster for the highly-anticipated series Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans, and it has some fans scratching their heads over the identities of four unrecognizable actresses.
The first is married to an A-list actor and has starred in two hit TV shows herself - including 90s hit Ally McBeal - before starring in Ryan Murphy's Feud
The second is a two-time Oscar nominated actress who recently married a TV star herself earlier this year.
The third is an 80s and 90s big screen icon who has tied the knot with TWO major stars throughout her illustrious career.
And finally the fourth is a Brat Pack icon who continues to turn in memorable performances to this day.
Do you know who these four actresses are? Find out if you do below!
Guess who! Do you recognize these four Hollywood stars? Scroll below for the answers
FX released a new poster for the highly-anticipated series Feud: Capote Vs. The Swans, and it has some fans scratching their heads over the identities of four unrecognizable actresses
The first is Emmy-nominated actress Calista Flockhart, who plays Lee Radziwill, the younger sister of Jackie Onassis who was married to Polish aristocrat Stanisław Albrecht Radziwiłł.
Flockhart cut her teeth in movie roles like Quiz Show, The Birdcage and Telling Lies in America before landing the title role of Ally McBeal in 1997
She also went on to star in the critically-acclaimed series Brothers & Sisters in 2006 before tying the knot with A-list star Harrison Ford in 2010.
Flockhart most recently played Cat Grant on The CW superhero series Supergirl from 2015 to 2021.
The second mystery leading lady is none other than Naomi Watts, who plays Babe Paley in Feud, the wife of CBS founder William S. Paley.
Naomi was nominated for Best Actress twice for 21 Grams and The Impossible, and she tied the knot with The Morning Show star Billy Crudup in June.
Watts started acting in her native Australia with a recurring role in Home and Away before ultimately moving to Los Angeles, with her breakout role in David Lynch's 2001 film Mulholland Drive.
She most recently starred in The Watcher, Goodnight Mommy and Infinite Storm, all released last year.
The first is married to an A-list