With his hair wild and untamed and eyes staring straight to your soul, Zack Greinke recently took one of the greatest photo day portraits of all-time. As it turns out, it's also a perfect fit for fully grown-up Mason from "Boyhood:"
Even more shocking is the number of other places we have seen Greinke's photo. Someone get Dan Brown on the line because this is a mystery only Robert Langdon can solve.
We've seen Greinke in 19th century portraits, unable to smile because of the long exposure times:
He's been spotted starring in the seminal 1980s film "Conan: The Barbarian"
He is used in stock photo-filled brochures:
And is set to star as Ron Swanson in the stage adaptation of "Parks and Recreation:"
Of course, he may be best known for his star turn in "Ghostbusters 2:"
Look through history and you'll see Greinke's portrait everywhere you turn. Is this simply a a trick of the eye, like the blue and black dress, or is this part of something larger and more cosmic? Unfortunately, we just don't have the answer yet.
(h/t Eye on Baseball)