George Clooney and Brad Pitt
Now this is one powerful bromance. George once told The Advocate that he’s very proud to call Brad his friend and he “can’t speak highly enough” of him.
Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox
These two have been BFFs since Friends began way back in 1994. Jennifer says Courteney has been there for her “through thick and thin.” Aww!
These two are basically brother and sister. They have the best friendship. Seriously, Buzzfeed has even done a list in its honour. They’re not afraid to say they love each other or be complete jerks because they know what they have is real.
The two met on the set of their comedy, 2 Broke Girls, and Kat says they owe the success of the show to their real-life friendship and that they “really do love each other.”
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
It was (platonic) love at first sight when these two became friends on the set of Titanic. Leo even walked Kate down the aisle when she got married to Ned Rocknroll back in 2012. Kate calls Leo the “love of my life” and he says they have a “special magic.” Aww! You guys!
These two Hollywood heartthrobs have been besties since Ben was 8 and Matt was 10. Then they eventually wrote the Oscar-winning Good Will Hunting together and their place is Tinsletown was earned.
These two just warm our hearts. What they have cannot simply be called a bromance. It’s way more than that. Sir Ian even became an ordained minister to preside over Sir Patrick’s wedding to Sunny Ozell.
Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz
The two are such good friends they even have nicknames for each other. They call each other huevos which is Spanish for eggs. Penelope says it’s their way of calling each other lazy.
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