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The Director/Actor Partnership: Together, Nolan and Bale revitalised the Batman franchise - and they made it look easy. "He’s one of the best around. He’s out there, yeah," says Bale of his director. Just because they're out of the Batman business, don't expect them not to collaborate again in the future…Collaborations: Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises.If You Only Watch One:The Dark Knight, which may involve a (welcome) surplus of Joker, but really upped the stakes for Batman, played deftly by Bale.
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Jul 10th 2013, 8:49
Larry Cohen and Michael Moriarty. Q-The Winged Serpent, The Stuff, Return To Salem's lot and It's Alive III-Island Of The Alive. My favourite director/actor partnership :-)
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Jul 10th 2013, 9:26
What a set of movies De Niro and Scorsese gave us. It makes the Di Caprio-Scorsese match up look poor. Raging Bull is still the best acting performance I have seen on film, mesmeric.
Jul 10th 2013, 9:52
Robert Rodriguez works with so many of the same actors that its probably hard to pick out any one. Danny Trejo was a good choice. Salma Hayek, Cheech Marin, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino have all done the Spy Kids, Mariachi films, amongst others. Looking forward to Machete Kills later this year.
What about Tony Scott and Denzel Washington? There's was a great partnership with Crimson Tide, Man on Fire, Deja Vu, Taking of Pelham 123, Unstoppable, . It's a shame there'll be no more though.
Jul 10th 2013, 10:45
Sorry but Trejo wasnt on Grindhouse, he was on the fake trailer for machete!
Jul 10th 2013, 12:11
I appreciate there are only 50 slots in the excellent list, how about Stanley Kubrick and Peter Sellars? And for that matter, Kubrick and Leonard Rossiter? Or Michael Winterbottom and Steve Coogan? But this is an excellent list, I'm particularly impressed with the number of foreign films on here.
Jul 10th 2013, 13:31
Steve McQueen has only directed two featured films so far.
Jul 10th 2013, 14:03
What about Alfred Hitchcock and Jimmy Stewart?
I would have gotten rid of Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn. They've made two movies together. As far as we know, only one is good.
Jul 10th 2013, 16:13
You forgot the funniest movie of Adam Mckay and Will Ferrell which is The Other Guys.
Jul 10th 2013, 16:40
I think Sofia Coppola & Kirsten Dunst deserve to be on this list.
Jul 10th 2013, 17:20
I would think that Christopher Nolan and Michael Caine is a bit more notable of a partnership. Also, I feel as if Daniel Day-Lewis and Jim Sheridan should be on this list. Three great films together, the first of which nabbed Day-Lewis his first Oscar? Just saying.
Jul 10th 2013, 18:02
I would say Micheal Caine has been in more Chris Nolan movies than Bale. Oh and Jonathan Demme movies almost always have an appearance by Charles Napier.
Jul 10th 2013, 19:35
What about Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham, his career started with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and s****h. And Revolver / Rocknrolla were such as great roles as Chev Chelios in Crank.
Also, who could forget about Clint Eastwood and Clint Eastwood (jk)
Jul 10th 2013, 22:12
Yet another list of actor/director teams and another snub to Neil Jordan and Stephen Rea. Surely they need to appear on this list.
They began their filmmaking careers together with Angel, went to the Oscars together and have been together all this time. In 90s Jordan did not make a film without Rea. Rea then came back and offered an amazing cameo in Breakfast on Pluto. Awful omission.
Also where was Guillermo Del Toro and Ron Perlman??
Jul 11th 2013, 1:27
Could someone tell me why is it Cameron-Weaver instead of Cameron-Schwarzenegger?
Jul 11th 2013, 1:34
Right! XD Two Cameron Partnerships
Jul 11th 2013, 11:23
This is my second visit to your content. I failed to leave a comment before, and wanted to tell you I really like your article.
Jul 11th 2013, 14:32
Great article, though Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender have done 3 films together now. They have done 'Twelve years a slave' though it is not out till christmas time but neither is anchorman 2 and that is one the list
Jul 11th 2013, 16:24
Bill Paxton/James Cameron?
Ewan McGreggor/Danny Boyle?
Michael Gough/Tim Burton
Helena Bonham Carter/Tim Burton?
Joe Pesci/Martin Scorcese?
Paddy Considine/Shane Meadows?
Robert Englund/Wes Craven?
Andy Serkis/Peter Jackson?
Steve Buscemi/ Quentin Tarantino?
Uma Thurman/Quentin Tarantino?
Harvey Keitel/Quentin Tarantino?
Michael J Fox/Robert Zemeckis?
Can I Have A Job?
Jul 11th 2013, 16:26
Michael Biehn/James Cameron?
sorry forgot that one
Jul 12th 2013, 14:58
Umm... Tom Hanks wasn't in Band of Brothers
Jul 12th 2013, 15:03
My bad, Tom Hanks WAS in BoB (very briefly). But ,Denzel Washington was in Inside Man, not Inside Job :)
Jul 12th 2013, 15:23
what about Shyamalan and willis????? The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable
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Jul 14th 2013, 19:17
Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman
Jul 15th 2013, 23:15
I'd have included Derek Cianfrance & Ryan Gosling, Darren Aronofsky & Mark Margolis, Chris Nolan & Michael Caine, Rian Johnson & Joseph Gordon Levitt, Ben Wheatley & Michael Smiley
Jul 28th 2013, 9:56
for mckay and farrell
theres is also the other guys
and the campaign
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