The 2016 TCS New York City Marathon was full of famous faces over the weekend -- but one really had us doing a double-take.
Will Reeve, the son of the late Christopher and Dana Reeve, ran in honor of his parents on Sunday ... and looked so much like his dad doing it.
The 24-year-old ESPN contributor was one of the many who took part in yesterday's event, which saw stars like Lee Pace, Nev Schulman, Sean Astin and Theo Rossi also taking to the streets to run.
Will ran for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which was founded by his father back in 1982. The organization is "dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving quality of life for people living with paralysis."
This was Will's first time running the marathon, after years of putting it off.
"I'd always said that I'd do it next year, mainly because I didn't think I could do it,'' he told TODAY before the event. "I didn't want to embarrass myself or look like a fool, but I realized that's not the point. I'm not running for me."
"What I realized is that it's for something bigger than me,'' he added. "It's for the millions of people around the world affected by paralysis who can't run a marathon and who would do anything to make it to the starting line, let alone finish the race."
Reeve's father became quadriplegic after a horse accident in 1995, before going on to become one of the biggest activists for spinal cord injury research.
"I'm also running to honor my parents because everything I do is to honor them, and I know that they would be proud of me for doing this," added Reeve. "I will be thinking of them for sure as I'm running, and I've been thinking of them while I'm training."
Will finished the marathon in 4:36:15.
TODAY pointed out the 24-year-old resemblance to the "Superman" star, something he's very proud of.
"I'll certainly take that as a compliment,'' he told the site. "My parents were beautiful people on the inside, so if I can resemble them that way, I certainly appreciate the comparison."
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