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Co-Stars Who Are Better When They're Together

Most famous actors are great by themselves, but certain pairs of co-stars truly create magic when they're together. Like Pizza Hut's Garlic Bread Pizza, you can't go wrong when you combine two good things. Here are some actors we wish had collaborated more often.

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Mariska Hargitay & Christopher Meloni

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Let's face it, Law & Order: SVU just hasn't been the same since Chris Meloni left. Just look at these two! Their separation is a true television tragedy.

Chris Farley & David Spade

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Wonder if Chris Farley would've let David Spade make Joe Dirt if he had still been around at the time. Nevertheless, these guys were the best together. Rest in peace, big guy.

Robert DeNiro & Joe Pesci

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Rumors have been swirling for over a year that these two legendary actors will be reunited in an upcoming film by Martin Scorsese entitled The Irishman. Until then, Raging Bull and Goodfellas are always fun to re-watch.

Will Ferrel & John C. Riley

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It seems the road has only just begun for these two insane/hilarious/completely over-the-top actors when it comes to creating ridiculous movies together. We hope they never stop.

Nick Frost & Simon Pegg

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Pegg without Frost is like a cupcake without icing - may it be in their full length films or shorts. If you haven't seen their Star Wars bit yet, watch it at once.

Wesley Snipes & Woody Harrelson

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It's already been almost two decades since these two made cinematic magic together in White Men Can't Jump and Money Train - now that Snipes is out of jail, perhaps there's hope for a new collaboration!

Paul Rudd and Jason Segel

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True bro love like the true bro love between Rudd and Segel should not be denied. The world needs to see more hilarity (and unbridled passion) from these guys.

Nic Cage and Sean Connery

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Sometimes, two rights just make a right, especially when it comes to saving San Francisco Bay from biological warfare, like Connery and Cage did in The Rock. More please!