7 Celebrity Pairs Who Don’t Need Romance To Have Sweet Bonds

Romantic love seems to be a wonderful mystery we can never explain. Although poets and songwriters can put many of our romantic thought and feelings into poems and songs, love is so inexplicable we need the help of science to explain it. That’s why two people of opposite gender have a deep admiration for each other and have a sweet bond even when they are not officially a couple.
And Hollywood co-stars sometimes have really strong chemistry and need to constantly ward off rumors that they are more than just friends. In other words, they can feel each other's love and don't need a romantic relationship. The couples themselves are already romantic.
We think that the strongest bonds are forged in friendship, and compile a list of the 7 most adorable platonic relationships in Hollywood.

#1 Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet have their strong chemisty after starring in the 1997 hit movie, Titanic. They are said to have an incredible friendship despite DiCaprio has been dating model Camila Morrone since 2017 and Winslet married Edward Abel Smith in 2012. Interestingly, Dicaprio is the one who walked her down the aisle.

#2 Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling

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Young stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling have filmed together in 3 movies together, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Gangster Squad, and La La Land. And they can’t deny the incredible chemistry they have on-screen. Still, Stone didn’t hesitate to express her deep admiration for Gosling when she talked about her “dear, wonderful” friend, “I can’t even imagine what my life would be without Ryan.”

#3 Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves

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Rumors that Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves have been more than just friends since they starred together in Sweet November. Their close relationship remained for more than 2 decades. The famous actress never minds declaring her affection for Keanu by tweeting, “I love this handsome human so much... You’re just the best!” Still, they are good friends, as in The Matrix star has been in a relationship with Alexandra Grant.

#4 Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler

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Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler starred in a handful of classic movies together, dating back to the late ‘90s with The Wedding Singer, which served as the beginning of a close friendship that spanned over 2 decades.
Their relationship is based on mutual respect and admiration for one another. In addition, Barrymore’s memoir, Wildflower, has a chapter devoted to Sandler, where she acknowledges the huge impact the actor had on her personal and professional life. “I thought Adam had a goodness that was so unique. I could tell that he possessed something different, and I was drawn to his light,” said the actress.

#5 Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson

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Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson have been close friends since they met on 1994’s Maverick. The actress revealed that the minute she met Mel Gibson she knew that she would love him for the rest of her life, and she considers him to be warm, caring, loving, and a really good friend. As a result, Jodie Foster has always stood by Mel Gibson in every harsh time.

#6 Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper

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Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper’s rumors started after their appearance in the 2012 romantic comedy-drama, Silver Lining Playbook. They denied the rumors that there was any romantic attraction toward each other and that they had nothing more than close friends.

#7 Julia Roberts and George Clooney

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Though George Clooney and Julia Roberts look like career-long friends, they didn’t meet until they both did Ocean’s Eleven in 2001. And ever since, they have had an unshakable bond, and the Clooney is so close to Roberts that he considers her part of his extended family, and the affection naturally also extends to their spouses.
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