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PHOTOS: Celebrity siblings

PHOTOS: Celebrity siblings

'FAMOUS' RUNS IN THE FAMILY: Perhaps the most famous siblings: The Jackson 5. Photo: Associated Press

April 10 is National Siblings Day! This year marks the 15th annual recognition of the brothers and sisters in your life. Take some time out to celebrate your sibling(s) and check out these Hollywood families.

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Shirley Maclaine & Warren Beatty

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Khloe, Kourtney, & Kim Kardashian

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Emma & Alex Watson

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Alexis, Rosanna, Richmond, Patricia, & David Arquette

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Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen

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Alec & Stephen Baldwin (not pictured are their other two famous brothers, Billy and Daniel)

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Dakota & Elle Fanning

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Beyoncé & Solange Knowles

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Serena & Venus Williams

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Owen & Luke Wilson

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Liam & Chris Hemsworth

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Zooey & Emily Deschanel

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Jake & Maggie Gyllenhaal

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Mark & Donnie Wahlberg

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Ben & Casey Affleck

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Jared & Shannon Leto

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Marlon, Shawn, Damon, & Keenan Ivory Wayans

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Ashlee & Jessica Simpson

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Robin, Barry, & Maurice Gibb aka the BeeGees

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Charlie Sheen & Emilio Estevez (with their famous dad, Martin Sheen, center)

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Tito, Marlon, Michael, Jackie, & Jermaine Jackson aka The Jackson 5

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Justine & Jason Bateman

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Peter & Jane Fonda

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John & Joan Cusack

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Noel & Liam Gallagher aka Oasis

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Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, & Nick Jonas aka The Jonas Brothers

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