Get ready to swoon! From Casablanca to The Hunger Games, we're taking a look back at the best big-screen couples ever.
These two had us at hello.
Look up in the sky—it's a bird, it's a plane, it's Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder!
A musical take on Romeo and Juliet set in the world of New York street gangs.
The immortal Elf Maiden carries a torch for her human beloved while he's off battling the forces of Sauron.
We knew they were meant to be, but they didn't lock lips until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.
Nothing can knock this couple down.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton began their own volatile longtime love affair while filming the epic 1963 drama,which became the most expensive film ever made at the time.
After playing the field, can Annie commit to just one guy?
May the force of love be with them.
A Brooklyn bookkeeper falls in love with her future brother-in-law.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers' most successful film tells the story of an American dancer who pursues a beautiful young woman he meets at his hotel in London.
The TV couple's romance continued on the big screen.
A couple promises to meet in six months at the Empire State Building.
A poor small-town girl turned big-city fashion designer tries to forget where she came from—and who she was married to!
A wealthy Danish woman moves to Africa with her husband, but eventually finds love with a local game-hunter.
They've lasted through how many installments of the hit action franchise? It must be true love.
A student discovers herself when she meets a blue-haired older artist.
Real life gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk meets his young lover before launching his political career in the 1970s.
A working class student and her business heir college beau are prepared to blissfully butt heads for happily ever after, but tragedy strikes when the young wife is diagnosed with cancer.
An outspoken liberal and a handsome WASP try to make it work despite their many differences.
A young man finds love with a childhood friend after competing on the Indian version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
Sparks fly when one of the Hollywood's most famous stars meets a bookshop owner in London.
Two strangers spend a night together in Vienna after meeting on a train.