The Best On-Screen Duo award recognizes cinema's favorite tag team with the best chemistry on camera.
The destructive pair encourages each other when it comes to just about everything unethical, and yet, you can't help but admire the unique understanding between John (Wahlberg) and his crude, rude and lewd little bear, Ted (MacFarlane).
A tantalizing tycoon and brooding physicist make for an unexpected pair, but Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo portray the at-odds Avengers as sweet science-slinging companions fighting for earth's safety.
As political opponents in the race for North Carolina congress, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis face off using slapstick schemes, below-the-belt blows and one painful-to-watch punch.
A particularly loathsome plantation owner and senior slave seem a surprising pair, but DiCaprio and Jackson's characters show a sense of trust that leaves us loving to hate this deplorable duo.
David O. Russell
Cooper and Lawrence play deliciously dysfunctional duo Pat and Tiffany, who work out their individual issues and form an unexpected bond that has you rooting for them from the moment they meet.