Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan first hit the big screen together in "Joe Versus the Volcano" back in 1990. After that, the duo starred in a chick flick for the record books with the 1993 film "Sleepless in Seattle." But they didn't stop there! They also made "You've Got Mail" in 1998 and worked together yet again in 2015's "Ithaca," Meg's directorial debut. In honor of the 30th anniversary of their movie "Joe Versus the Volcano" — which hit theaters on March 9, 1990 — Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at more repeat co-stars. Keep reading to see who else landed on the list…
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones have now teamed up twice! After co-starring in 2014's "The Theory of Everything," they decided to reunite once again for the adventure film "The Aeronauts" in 2019.
Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy first teamed up in the hilarious 2011 flick "Bridesmaids" then co-starred in 2018's "Life of the Party" (pictured) and 2018's "The Happytime Murders."
Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke played a married couple facing off against their evil doppelgängers in the 2019 Jordan Peele-directed thriller "Us." But it wasn't the first time the duo shared screen time. They also co-starred in 2018's "Black Panther," though their characters in the Marvel movie (Nakia and M'Baku) interacted only briefly. And that's not all! Lupita and Winston were also classmates at Yale, where they became friends while studying theater together. (The Oscar-winning actress told "Extra" that they "never actually worked together" during their collegiate years.)
Who could ever forget Jack and Rose's sad love story in "Titanic?" Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio stole our hearts in the 1997 romantic drama and teamed up again for the 2008 film "Revolutionary Road." Never let go…
After falling in love onscreen in the 2011 movie "Crazy, Stupid Love," Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling partnered up again for "Gangster Squad" in 2013. Three years later, they teamed up once again for the musical drama "La La Land" and racked up countless awards — including an Oscar for Emma — for their efforts.
These ladies make us keel over laughing no matter who they're working with, but we love them best together. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler both appeared in the 2004 movie "Mean Girls" and the 2008 film "Baby Mama," as well as 2015's "Sisters" and the 2019 Netflix comedy "Wine Country." But they were co-stars long before that on TV's "Saturday Night Live."
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino have starred together in "The Godfather Part II," "Heat," "Righteous Kill" and more! They most recently teamed up for Martin Scorsese's 2019 gangster drama "The Irishman."
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly cracked us up with 2006's "Talladega Nights," 2008's "Step Brothers" and 2013's "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." Five years later, they elicited at least a few chuckles with the poorly reviewed 2018 comedy "Holmes & Watson." Here's hoping their next team-up fares better!
Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves co-starred as doomed lovers in both 1992's period-horror film "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and 2006's animated sci-fi flick "A Scanner Darkly." They were also both in 2009's "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee," though didn't have any scenes together. The longtime friends teamed up on screen again in the 2018 rom-com "Destination Wedding."
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence have also teamed up multiple times — three, to be exact. The duo made hits like "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle" together then co-starred in the 2015 flick "Serena."
What a good-lookin' dream team these two are! Brad Pitt and George Clooney started out together on the big screen in "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" in 2002 and went on to co-star in the "Ocean's 11" franchise as well as "Burn After Reading."
Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan are best known for pairing up in the hit 2000 flick "Love and Basketball," but they'd already been co-stars before that! They were also in 1999's "The Wood" together.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan didn't just work together in "Step Up" in 2006 — they also fell madly in love on the set and got married! They teamed up again professionally in the 2012 romantic comedy "10 Years," which came out five years before they broke up.
Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler are irresistible together! They originally made us laugh in "The Wedding Singer" in 1998. The pair came together again for "50 First Dates" in 2004 and "Blended" a decade later.
We love these co-stars! Matt Damon and Ben Affleck worked together in "Good Will Hunting" in 1997 but have also shared the screen in "Dogma," "Field of Dreams" (they were extras!), "Chasing Amy" and "School Ties." Is that enough for ya?
Julia Roberts and Richard Gere were co-stars in the classic movie "Pretty Woman" in 1990. So why not try to make another hit? They worked together again a decade later in "Runaway Bride."
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson are two funny peas in a pod. They've teamed up for a slew of films including "Starsky & Hutch," "The Royal Tenenbaums," "Meet the Parents" and the "Zoolander" films.
Aside from working together on the "Divergent" movie franchise, Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort also made us shed more than a few tears in the romantic drama "The Fault in Our Stars" in 2014. Does anybody have more tissues?
Jennifer Aniston worked with Paul Rudd in the 2012 movie "Wanderlust" but they had known each other long before that. They were co-stars in 1998's "The Object of My Affection" and, of course, he guest starred on her hit sitcom "Friends" as Phoebe's eventual husband, Mike Hannigan.
Paul Rudd is a repeat co-star offender! He's worked with Reese Witherspoon more than once too, joining her on screen back in 1998's "Overnight Delivery," then again in 2010's "How Do You Know" as well as in the animated film "Monsters vs. Aliens."
Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves first starred together in the thriller "Speed" in 1994. They teamed up again in 2006 for the romantic movie "The Lake House." No matter the genre, we love these two together!