Hollywood Bromances: From Leo+Kevin to Matt+Ben

Which bromances are here to stay?

By Ted Casablanca Oct 29, 2008 9:57 PMTags
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin ConnollyRAMEY PHOTO

Here are Leonardo DiCaprio and Kevin Connolly hitting up a Lakers game in Hell-Ay, right before partying away at Apple Lounge in WeHo last night. Dudes went straight upstairs to a table full of girls. Hope they know how to share.

Brandon Davis and Rick Salomon, two users who know Paris Hilton all too well, joined the duo. "They were all sitting at a table, and Leo, who was wearing a hat, kept trying other people's sunglasses on," says a fellow Apple enjoyer. "It was funny!" We're on the floor.

Now, L.D. and K.C. are certainly the true meaning of bromance, right? Leo and Kev, including third bro Tobey Maguire, who musta been pumping iron for the fourth Spidey sequel last night, have been BFF since working together in 2001 on Don's Plum.

There's also:

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck
This Oscar-winning writing pair of Bostonian BFFs have subsided their friendship, rarely working together as they used to. But their true-blue bromance is there to stay, right?

Tom Cruise and Will Smith
Seriously just for show and for recruiting more Scientologists. We'd add David Beckham to this list, but both him and we so know they're not really friends.

Pete Wentz and John Mayer
These two blogging besties are a flash in the pan. J.M. will break up with Petey just like he's bound to with Jen. They can split a muffin and bitch about him.

Lance Armstrong and Jake Gyllenhaal and Matthew McConaughey
This trifecta is way over and out...well, not as out as we'd prefer. Matthew's got his baby mama and his baby taking up his time—even his bongos are being neglected, poor things. Jake's frolicking around town with Reese, and Lance is back to biking before finding his next celeb soul mate of the month.

Brad Pitt and George Clooney
Superstar amigos, meanin', without all their fancy Italian villas and mega-movie-star power, neither would prolly have anything in common with the other.

—Additional sass by Becky Bain