Sometimes good things come in pairs, so why ruin a good thing? Some actors just mesh well together on screen -- here's hoping they keep their professional relationships going. Check out 11 acting duos that should never stop working together.
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill
They stole our hearts as awkward teenagers in the hilarious "Superbad" -- now, over ten years later, they're teaming up again for the trippy Netflix dramedy "Maniac." Jules and Seth forever!
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling
To be fair, Stone has a longtime partnership with another acting great that has proved to be very successful. That guy would be Ryan Gosling. The ridiculously talented pair starred in "Gangster Squad," "Crazy, Stupid, Love," and "La La Land."
Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler
The rom-com superstars won everyone over in "The Wedding Singer" and went to work their chemistry magic in "50 First Dates" and "Blended." Keep it up, you two!
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
Much like Celine Dion's heart, Leo and Kate will go on as one of the best couples to hit the big screen for many years to come. They reunited for "Revolutionary Road" and if we're lucky, the besties will bless us with another collab soon enough.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey
The "SNL" legends and BFFs not only co-anchored weekend update, they've starred in a handful of movies together. "Mean Girls," "Sisters," and "Baby Mama" are all Fey/Poehler classics. While we're at it, let's not forget the three times they killed it hosting the Golden Globes.
Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig
Speaking of "Saturday Night Live" alums we love... Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig are a match made in comedy heaven. They've joined forces in films such as "Adventureland," "The Skeleton Twins," "The Brothers Solomon," Sausage Party," and "Knocked Up."
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan
It's hard to find an on-screen couple that has the magnetism of Hanks and Ryan. Even though their scenes together in "Sleepless in Seattle" barely existed, they still radiated a special something. They captured the same untouchable energy for "You've Got Mail." But before all that, there was "Joe Versus the Volcano." In 2015, they both appeared in "Ithaca."
Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis
Jackson and Willis have the kind of bond that's, shall we say, "Unbreakable." Sorry --had to. They've also starred in "Die Hard: With a Vengeance" and "Pulp Fiction," and are both slated to reprise they're "Unbreakable" roles in the upcoming "Glass."
Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves
The '90s it kids icons and pals appeared in four films together so far: "Bram Stoker's Dracula," "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee," "A Scanner Darkly," and the recently-released "Destination Wedding."
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence
Cooper and Lawrence both earned Oscar nods for their standout performances in "Silver Linings Playbook" (she picked up a win), so director David O. Russell took notice. They were subsequently cast in "American Hustle" and "Joy." Bonus! The also starred in critically panned "Serena."
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson
These guys have starred in 12 movies alongside one another. What's a few more?