King Henry V was played by Timothée Chalamet in Netflix's "The King."
Henry V's father, King Henry IV, was played by Ben Mendelsohn in the Netflix historical film.
Henry V's wife, Catherine of Valois, was portrayed by Lily Rose Depp in "The King."
Charlize Theron will portray former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly in the new film "Bombshell."
Nicole Kidman will also star in "Bombshell" as former Fox commentator Gretchen Carlson.
Renee Zellweger is playing Judy Garland in the biopic "Judy."
Tom Hanks is transforming into Mister Rogers for the upcoming biopic "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood."
Margot Robbie portrayed actress Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Steve McQueen was portrayed by Damian Lewis in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Martial artist Bruce Lee was played by Mike Moh in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Hanks also portrayed another icon when he played Walt Disney in 2013's "Saving Mr. Banks."
Angela Bassett embodied Tina Turner and portrayed the rock queen and eight-time Grammy nominee in 1993's "What's Love Got to Do With It."
Kristen Stewart played a young Joan Jett in 2010's "The Runaways."
Aaron Taylor-Johnson broke out as Beatles member John Lennon in 2009's "Nowhere Boy."
Michelle Williams transformed into the late Marilyn Monroe for 2011's "My Week With Marilyn."
Robert Downey Jr. earned an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of silent movie star Charlie Chaplin in 1992's "Chaplin."
Jennifer Love Hewitt portrayed "Breakfast At Tiffany's" star Audrey Hepburn in the 2000 TV film "The Audrey Hepburn Story."
Will Smith portrayed boxer Muhammad Ali in 2001's "Ali."
Nicole Kidman starred as Grace Kelly in the 2014 biographical drama "Grace of Monaco."
In 2001, James Franco starred in "James Dean" as the titular actor.
Natalie Portman portrayed Jacqueline Kennedy in 2016's "Jackie," which centered on the days following John F. Kennedy's assassination.
In 1993, Jason Scott Lee portrayed actor and martial artist Bruce Lee (no relation) in "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story."
Queen Elizabeth II has been played on-screen by a number of different actresses, but it was Helen Mirren who portrayed the Queen in 2006's "The Queen."
Denzel Washington played the titular activist in 1992's "Malcolm X."
Ashton Kutcher portrayed a young Steve Jobs in 2013's "Jobs."
Naomi Watts portrayed Princess Diana in 2013's "Diana," which centered on the last two years of Diana's life.
Eddie Redmayne portrayed world-renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking in 2014's "The Theory of Everything," which followed the physicist from college to his marriage to Jane Hawking and his amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) diagnosis.
David Oyelowo portrays civil rights activist Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. in 2014's "Selma."
Felicity Jones portrays a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg early in her career as she earned her law degree and fought against sexism to become a leading gender equality and women's rights lawyer and eventual Supreme Court justice in 2018's "On the Basis of Sex."
Morgan Freeman was South African President Nelson Mandela in 2009's "Invictus."
Emma Stone transformed into tennis icon Billie Jean King in 2017's "Battle of the Sexes."
Beyoncé portrayed Etta James in the 2008 drama "Cadillac Records."
Cate Blanchett took on the role of Katherine Hepburn in 2004's "The Aviator" and won an Oscar for her portrayal.