So God created . . . Vin Diesel?
A meme of “The Fast and the Furious” star Vin Diesel, 55, showing his apparent resemblance to biblical character Adam, is going viral on Twitter.
Indie movie-theater chain Alamo Drafthouse NYC tweeted on Thursday: “Scientists at Princeton University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Adam, the first human being created by God, might have looked.”
While Princeton University didn’t actually release this image, the picture is part of a new craze where social media users are posting fake 3D models of celebs as other historical figures.
On Twitter, a disclaimer was placed underneath Diesel’s name in the trending category, saying: “Vin Diesel becomes the latest celebrity to fall into a meme trend of someone posting a picture of a celebrity or 3D-rendered character for humorous effect.”
Nevertheless, many people loved Drafthouse’s tweet and made their own jokes about the Diesel lookalike.
“The first family man,” a user joked about the action star’s meme, in reference to a saying in “The Fast and the Furious.”
One person quipped: “A PHD student at the MIT came up with a thesis in support suggesting that Eve might have looked like this.” The comment was posted alongside a photo of Diesel’s “The Fast and the Furious” co-star and wife in the franchise, Michelle Rodriguez.
“Something tells me, Adam here lived his life a quarter mile at a time,” a user added, referencing a famous quote from the car-racing series.
Another meme went viral last year involving Diesel as his “Fast and the Furious” character Dom Toretto.
The photos featured Diesel’s character charging into other franchises including Marvel, Harry Potter and John Wick, and noted how Diesel can fight anyone with his family by his side.
Lady Gaga also fell victim to the trend, with a fictional theory spouting that she looked like a computer-generated model of St. Mary.
“Scientists at Stanford University have reconstructed this 3D model of how Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ might have looked,” a Twitter user posted on Wednesday.
However, the same photo of the pop star first circulated In 2018 when it was deemed to be a portrait of Cleopatra, a queen of ancient Egypt.