This pair went from co-stars on That 70's Show to sharing b-day parties. Wilmer Valderrama was even a guest at Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore's wedding. Of course, Wilmer has been a victim on Punk'd more than anyone else--what kind of bromance doesn't involve some boyish pranks?
There's nothing that makes us say awww like bros in coordinating suits laughing to their own private jokes. That's exactly how this trio shows up to events like the Cannes Film Festival and the Oscars. You'd never guess Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, director of "Babel", Guillermo Del Toro,
director of "Pan's Labyrinth", and Alfonso Cuaron, director of
"Children of Men" are actually a Mexican film-directing powerhouse and not just a band of tres amigos having a good time.
They may have trouble sticking to just one girl, but when it comes to each other committment is no issue for Brody Jenner and Frankie Delgado. These club kids are so tight they even resort to dating sisters (Hilary and Haylie Duff, allegedly). Now they are seeking a new sidekick in the MTV Reality Show Bromance, where some wannabe guys will go to whatever lengths of humiliation necessary for the possibility of hanging with the cool crowd. Uh...flashback to highschool, anyone?
This mischevious duo has a one up on the competition...they actually are brothers (well, half-brothers, but who can tell the difference?) It turns out they didn't land here from a strange planet--they named their group after the street where they would visit each other while growing up in PR. This explains why they seem to speak a secret language that none of us can understand but still seem to love.
Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna of Y Tu Mama Tambien fame took co-stardom to the next level by starring as soccer-playing best buddies in Rudi y Cursi. The role catapulted them into real-life BFFs who launched their own production company, co-hosted a fund-raising gala, and (we can't help but mention) scored matching hair cuts.
Not only are Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala childhood BFFs...They are each other's business partners, designers, and inspirational muses. The easy on the eyes duo opened up their own New York City restaurant, Southern Hospitality, designed the William Rast clothing line, and perhaps most poignantly, had each other's back--in an act of bromantic solidarity, Justin penned "What Goes Around/Comes Around" for Trace after a painful breakup.
In another tale of directorial bromance, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez were brought together by their mutual love for gore and irony. The two met at the Toronto Film Festival back in 1992 and have been inseperable since. With hits like Sin City and Pulp Fiction, we're thankful for the coming together of these sinister minds.
Tego Calderon and Don Omar may have pioneered the bromance movement as the original bandoleros. Aside from the countless collabos, remixes, videos, and joint tv appearances, they still want to kick it during their off-time. How appropriate, then, that their latest single is entitled "Chillin." You're unlikely to see the pair canoodling, however, as they prefer to kick it in an old-fashioned "manly" way, here positioning video director Scott Franklin in between them to provide a buffer zone. We still feel the love, muchachos!