Reel to real: Celebrity couples who met on set

Updated 7:37 AM ET, Tue October 16, 2018
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Tom Cruise didn't jump on Oprah's couch during his courtship with second wife Nicole Kidman, but he did appear alongside the actress onscreen. They met on the set of 1990's "Days of Thunder," and starred together in 1999's "Eyes Wide Shut." The couple ended their 11 year marriage in 2001 and Cruise later began dating Penélope Cruz, his co-star in "Vanilla Sky." Warner Bros. Pictures
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall first appeared together in 1944's "To Have And Have Not." They collaborated on several other projects, including "The Big Sleep" -- pictured here -- and "Dark Passage." They were married in 1945. Bogart died of cancer in 1957, leaving behind Bacall and their two children. Bacall passed away in August 2014 at the age of 89. Let's see which other famous couples took their romance from reel to real: Warner Bros. Pictures
Ricky Ricardo (Desi Arnaz) spent the better part of CBS' long-running "I Love Lucy" scolding his mischievous onscreen wife, played by Lucille Ball. Arnaz and Ball were married for 20 years and had two children together before divorcing in 1960. Getty Images
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton's chemistry was so intense that they married and divorced twice. Taylor and Burton appeared in 11 films together between the '60s and '70s, including "Cleopatra" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Twentieth Century Fox
Diane Keaton and Woody Allen dated briefly before solidifying their professional relationship with 1972's "Play It Again, Sam." The pair produced eight films together over two decades. The 1977 romantic comedy "Annie Hall" took home four Academy Awards. United Artists
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, who appeared in 1968's "The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band," have been romantically linked since 1983. The pair also co-starred in 1984's "Swing Shift" and 1987's "Overboard." "Love is love. Promises are promises. And devotion is part of it," Hawn told Oprah. "What does a piece of paper have to do with it for me? ... I met Kurt and we fell in love and we both agreed. Is there a reason to get married?" Warner Bros. Pictures
After more than 20 years of marriage, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are still going strong. The pair, who appeared together in 1985's "Volunteers," smooched for the Kiss Cam at a Los Angeles Kings game in 2012. TriStar Pictures
Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder dated after co-starring in "Edward Scissorhands" in 1990. Although they broke up, Depp can't resist a co-star: he's engaged to Amber Heard, who starred alongside him in 2011's "The Rum Diary." Twentieth Century Fox
Courteney Cox and David Arquette met while filming "Scream" in 1996. The pair tied the knot in 1999, but they have since divorced. They have one daughter together. Dimension Films
It's fair to assume that Freddie Prinze Jr. thinks Sarah Michelle Gellar is all that. The actors met on the set of the 1997 thriller "I Know What You Did Last Summer," and tied the knot in Mexico in September 2002. The lovebirds, who have two kids, co-starred in "Scooby Doo" that same year. Warner Bros. Pictures
In 1999, a 23-year-old Reese Witherspoon married her "Cruel Intentions" co-star Ryan Phillippe. The actors welcomed two children together, but ended up splitting in 2006. Witherspoon married agent Jim Toth in 2011, and welcomed their first child together, Tennessee, in 2012. Columbia Pictures
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, or should we say "Bennifer," starred together in "Gigli." The 2003 film flopped at the box office, earning just over $3 million its opening weekend. The couple became engaged, but split in 2004. Affleck began dating his "Daredevil" co-star, Jennifer Garner, soon after. The couple married in 2005 and have three children together. Columbia Pictures
Nicole Ari Parker and Boris Kodjoe were married in 2005 after appearing together on Showtime's "Soul Food," which premiered in 2000. They have two children together. Showtime
Fans of "The Notebook" really seemed to root for Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling. They even won the award for best kiss at the 2004 MTV Movie Awards. Sadly, the pair split after three years. Gosling is now linked to Eva Mendes, his co-star in "The Place Beyond the Pines," and McAdams went on to date her "Midnight in Paris" co-star Michael Sheen for two years. New Line Cinema
Love blossomed on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie; unfortunately, Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston at the time. They divorced in October 2005, about four months after the film hit theaters, and Pitt and Jolie have been together - and then some - ever since. The couple will now reunite on screen for the first time in nine years for "By the Sea," a drama that Jolie wrote and will direct. Twentieth Century Fox
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan (now Dewan-Tatum) first danced into each other's arms in 2006's "Step Up." The couple, who tied the knot in 2009, appeared together again in 2011's "10 Years," and welcomed daughter Everly in 2013. Anchor Bay Entertainment/Buena Vista Pictures
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson had been coy about their presumed off-screen romance since appearing together in 2008's "Twilight." Since the end of the franchise and a much-publicized cheating scandal in 2012, their would-be romance has been kaput. Summit Entertainment
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long began their on-and-off relationship after meeting on the set of 2007's "He's Just Not That Into You." They co-starred again in 2010's "Going the Distance." Barrymore went on to marry Will Kopelman in 2012, with whom she has two kids. Warner Bros. Pictures
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt met on the 2007 set of "Take Me Home Tonight," which hit theaters in 2011. They were married in Bali in July 2009 and welcomed a son in 2012. Relativity Media
Anna Paquin and husband Stephen Moyer battle supernatural characters on HBO's "True Blood," but in real life they're raising twins. HBO
"Wanderlust" co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux went public with their relationship in 2011, and announced their engagement the next year. Universal Pictures
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, who were married in South Carolina in 2012, co-starred in 2011's "Green Lantern." Lively previously dated her "Gossip Girl" co-star Penn Badgley until 2010, the same year Reynolds and actress Scarlett Johansson filed for divorce. Warner Bros. Pictures
It's not exactly smooth sailing for Emily and Daniel on ABC's "Revenge," but the actors who play them, Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman, get along just fine off-screen. ABC
"The Amazing Spider-Man" brought Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield together. The pair also co-star in the sequel, due out in May. Columbia Pictures
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard appeared together in 2010's "When in Rome" and 2012's "Hit and Run," which Shepard also wrote and co-directed. The pair later welcomed their first child, daughter Lincoln, in 2013, the same year they tied the knot. Open Road Films
"On the Road's" Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst have been spotted out together since filming the 2012 drama based on Jack Kerouac's novel. Hedlund plays Dean Moriarty in the movie, while Dunst plays Dean's second wife, Camille. IFC-Films