When there are two protagonists in a film or television show, you know it will be great. Two is always better than one, as the saying goes, and the story can be twice as interesting as well. The interplay between the two characters completes the characters, and we can all agree that the show would be missing an important piece of storytelling without it.
We’ve seen a number of legendary pairings on our screens over the years. Despite being in a finished film or television program, the characters were unforgettable. Even though the actors have taken on different jobs and years have passed, we can’t help but smile when they reunite with their on-screen partners. It can even transport us back in time, allowing us to escape the real world and find solace in a familiar setting, which is something that many of us desperately need in this day and age.
Here are some famous film and television pairings who have influenced us over the years, as well as their current looks that will take your breath away.
#1 Mel Gibson and Danny Glover (Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh, Lethal Weapon, 1987)
#2 John Goodman and Jeff Bridges (The Dude and Walter Sobchak, The Big Lebowski, 1998)
#3 Brad Pitt and Edward Norton are ranked third (Tyler Durden and The Narrator, Fight Club, 1999)
#4 Milla Jovovich and Bruce Willis (Korben Dallas and Leeloo, The Fifth Element, 1997)
#5 Leslie Mann and Brendan Fraser (George and Ursula, George of the Jungle, 1997)
# 6Bryan Cranston and Jane Kaczmarek (Hal and Lois, Malcolm in the Middle, 2000-2007)
#7 Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels (Lloyd and Harry, Dumb and Dumber, 1994)
#8 John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson (Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield, Pulp Fiction, 1994)
#9 Lizzy Caplan and Lindsay Lohan (Janis Ian and Cady Heron, Mean Girls, 2004)
#10 Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall (Prince Akeem and Semmi, Coming to America, 1988)