Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall
Bogie and Baccall are two names that go together like peanut butter and jelly. The onscreen dream team first met in Baccall’s first film, 1944’s To Have and Have Not. Just a year later, they were married.
Humphrey Bogart already had 15 years and dozens of Hollywood films under his belt. However, he is perhaps best remembered for his appearances with his wife.
The pair returned in film noir classic The Big Sleep in 1946, followed by The Dark Passage and Key Largo. They also partnered up for radio and television series, and were founding members of The Rat Pack.
Bogie and Bacall had one more movie planned, Melville Goodwin, USA. Tragically, they had to call it off as he was beginning to get ill and was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. They were married until Bogart lost his battle in 1957.
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Helena Bonham Carter & Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter are two of Tim Burton’s biggest muses. Thus, it doesn’t come as a surprise we often get to see them starring opposite each other. This epic duo appeared in two movies together back in 2005, and we’ll give you one guess who directed them.
The co-stars voiced the main characters in Oscar-nominated animated film Corpse Bride. Since it was a cartoon, we didn’t exactly get to see them together until the next film. But when they appeared in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, they didn’t share a lot of screen time. Finally, that changed two years later.
The most memorable project of this duo – where they both unleashed their full power – came in 2007. That year, they starred in the dark musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
This project proved they’re a match made in heaven. And Tim Burton knew this, going on to cast them in a few more movies.
Burton wasn’t the only one who felt they work well together. Gore Verbinski also cast both Depp and Carter in his adaptation of The Lone Ranger back in 2013.