"Wayne's World" turns 25 on Feb. 14, 2017. In celebration of the comedy's big anniversary, Wonderwall.com rounded up our all-time favorite pop culture bromances, starting with the "Wayne's World" dudes. Mike Myers starred as Wayne Campbell and Dana Carvey starred as Garth Algar, the best friends and co-hosts of the public-access TV show "Wayne's World" who taught us that "platonic love can exist between two grown men" way back in 1992. Now keep reading for more of our favorite bromances — and party on!
"I can't tell you how valuable it is to have somebody who's been through things with you, ups and downs, who knows what your life experience is like, who can identify with that," Ben Affleck told "ET" of childhood pal and frequent collaborator Matt Damon. "It's an incredibly valuable friendship and it's very precious — and so is my friendship with my brother [Casey Affleck]. I don't know what I would do without those guys."
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Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles have portrayed brothers Sam and Dean Winchester on "Supernatural" for more than a decade — and now they're real-life BFFs too. In addition to working together, the duo have lived together, participated in each other's weddings and spent the holidays together with their wives and kids.
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Jonah Hill starred as Morton Schmidt and Channing Tatum starred as Greg Jenko, former high school classmates-turned-best friends and partners, in the 2012 action-comedy "21 Jump Street." "So much of the humor and the heart of this movie comes from the fact that Chan and I have a really great friendship in real life," Jonah has said of his screen partner and pal.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison played best friends J.D. and Turk on "Scrubs" and ultimately became BFFs in real life too. When the "Clueless" alum tied the knot, the "Garden State" star served as his best man. Zach is also the godfather of Donald's kids with CaCee Cobb: son Rocco and daughter Wilder (pictured).
No one does playful banter better than "The Voice" competitors and real-life pals Blake Shelton and Adam Levine! Just don't tell them they're involved in one of Hollywood's top bromances. "Can we please kill that stupid term?" the Maroon 5 frontman asked People magazine in 2012. "We're just friends. It's called friendship!" (Sorry, Adam!)
The 2009 comedy "I Love You, Man" chronicled the platonic love story between Paul Rudd's Peter Klaven, a real estate agent with no male friends on a mission to find a best man for his upcoming nuptials, and Jason Segel's Sydney, a laid-back investor. Sparks fly between the duo in the hysterical film — especially after they share a ride on Sydney's moped and slappa da bass together!
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake first met during the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards, which the "Saturday Night Live" alum hosted — and which marked JT's first performance as a solo artist. "I remember talking backstage during those VMAs. I was totally nervous and you were nervous and we both ended up having good night," Jimmy recalled to GQ years later. "We're good luck to each other — like each other's rabbit foots." Several hilarious music-themed collaborations — and a lifelong friendship — followed!
Anyone who was a kid during the '90s got major #FriendshipGoals from Cory Matthews and Shawn Hunter on "Boy Meets World." Ben Savage and Rider Strong starred as the childhood pals who grew up before our very eyes on the ABC sitcom, which aired from 1993 to 2000.
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves starred as the titular time-traveling high school slackers and BFFs in 1989's "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" and its 1991 sequel "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey."
Tyler Posey's Scott McCall may be an alpha werewolf, but it's his BFF, Dylan O'Brien's Stiles, who frequently saves the other's life on MTV's "Teen Wolf." The duo shared an especially bromantic moment during the recent mid-season finale of the show: "I need you, you know that," Stiles tells his pal. "I need you too," replies Scott. Aww!
John Cho and Kal Penn starred as the titular stoners who only care about one thing more than each other — getting high! — in the 2004 comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle," which spawned the 2008 sequel "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay" and the 2011 threequel "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas."
Whether you're into William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy (who started their careers as rivals but eventually became friends only to part on bad terms years before Leonard died in 2015) or Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, there's one thing we can all agree on: The friendship between Captain James Tiberius Kirk and Mr. Spock is the real deal!
The friendship between stoner besties Jay and Silent Bob spans six films over the course of more than two decades. The duo (played by Jason Mewes and writer-director Kevin Smith) have appeared in "Clerks," "Mallrats," "Chasing Amy," "Dogma" (pictured), "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" and "Clerks II." On Feb 9, 2017, Kevin Smith took to Instagram to announce that he'd recently written "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot" — yet another film for his on-screen alter ego and Silent Bob's partner in crime.
There have been many iterations of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson over the years. We're partial to Benedict Cumberbatch's portrayal of the private detective opposite Martin Freeman as his pal, colleague and onetime roommate on BBC One's "Sherlock," which is set in the present time. (It's elementary!) And we're not the only ones who think so: The show has earned several Emmy nominations since 2011.
Jim Carrey starred as dimwitted limousine driver Lloyd Christmas and Jeff Daniels starred as his equally dim roommate and best friend Harry Dunne in the 1994 comedy "Dumb & Dumber," which spawned a 2003 prequel, a 2014 sequel and a short-lived 1995 animated series.
If you were a child in the '70s or after, you grew up with Bert and Ernie. The friendship between the "Sesame Street" stars, who were roommates and best friends despite their drastically different personalities, was actually based on the relationship between Muppets creator Jim Henson and puppeteer Frank Oz.
Michael Cera starred as Evan and Jonah Hill starred as Seth — who just wants to go to the rooftop and scream "I love my best friend Evan!" — in the hit 2007 comedy "Superbad," which follows the high school seniors over the course of one epic night before graduation.
If you're anything like us, you tune in to "Catfish: The TV Show" not just to follow along as each week's mystery unravels, but also because you're obsessed with co-hosts and pals Nev Schulman and Max Joseph. The duo grew up together in New York City, where Max was best friends with Nev's older brother. "He needed someone that he was really close friends with, who he trusted, and who was a filmmaker," Max told Grantland of how he became involved in the MTV docu-series.
"Beavis and Butt-Head" brought the LOLs to MTV from 1993 to 1997 — and again in 2011. The animated series (and 1996 movie) centered around the titular pals, two dimwitted and immature high school freshmen obsessed with heavy metal, violence and sex.