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Leonardo DiCaprio & Kate Winslet

This on-screen dream team needs no introduction. I’m pretty sure we’ve all watched their tragic love story more times than we can count.

There was enough room on that door, Rose!

Despite its devastating ending, Titanic was a smash hit of epic proportions. The film transformed both Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio into bona fide superstars. They carried this movie on their shoulders, and came out stronger in the end.

Their bond was so powerful they stayed friends for decades to come. Luckily for them and us, they got the chance to work together again.


Fans of Titanic spent over a decade waiting for Kate and Leo to team up on the big screen. Their prayers were finally answered in 2008, when the two teamed in Revolutionary Road. This movie, once again, proved they bring the best in each other, and it’s not hard to see why.

“In a lot of ways, Kate and I have really grown up in this industry together; we’ve been a support mechanism for each other for such a long period of time. We’ve been there for each other and helped guide each other,” DiCaprio explained.


Tina Fey & Amy Poehler

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have one of the most amazing, long-lasting friendships in showbiz. Everyone knows they’re real world friends, but they actually met much sooner than you might think.

Long before becoming regulars on Saturday Night Live, the two were in the same improv class in Chicago.

This meeting took place in 1993, but Fey eventually moved to New York. It took her a while to convince Poehler to join her, but she eventually packed her bags and decided to give Saturday Night Live a try.


Fey and Poehler both became household names thanks to this sketch comedy. Then, the two went on to work on many more projects in years to come.

Fey wrote the script for the cult classic Mean Girls in 2004 and saw the opportunity. She immediately asked her BFF to play the role of Regina George’s “cool mom.”

The two besties were later cast as leads in comedic movies Baby Mama (2008) and Sisters (2015). They also proved to be the best Golden Globe hosts anyone could possibly ask for, after hosting the ceremony three glorious times in a row.

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