In every generation, there's a manly movie star that men and women can agree on, from James Dean in '50s to Mel Gibson in the '80s (hey, we all make mistakes).
But for the past twenty-odd years, no men have commanded the combined respect and lust of audiences like Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds.
And it looks like the studios have finally gotten our letters, because the two are finally teaming up on the big screen.
The pair are starring together in Universal Pictures' upcoming thriller "Safe House," helmed by acclaimed "Snabba Cash" director Daniel Espinosa.
Washington stars Tobin Frost, as a dangerous former CIA agent, who turns himself in to authorities in South Africa after many years on the run from the law. After the safe house in which he is held is attackedm Frost must team up with rookie agent Matt Weston, played by Reynolds, to figure out who is after him, and why.
The movie, which co-stars Sam Shepard, Vera Farmiga and Brendan Gleeson, is scheduled for release on Feb. 10, 2012.