Check out TheWrap's list of dynamic duos that are taking Hollywood by storm.
Joe and Anthony Russo
The Russo brothers exploded onto the scene with "Captain America: The Winter Solider" after toiling in television with shows like "Community." Next up, the brothers have back-to-back "Avengers" movies dropping in 2018 and 2019.
Matt and Ross Duffer
The Duffer brothers are identical twin brothers best known for writing and directing a number of science fiction and horror films and television shows before hitting critical mass with "Stranger Things" on Netflix. The show returns for the second season this October.
Paul and Chris Weitz
The filmmaking brothers Paul and Chris Weitz broke through with the blockbuster 1999 teen sex comedy “American Pie.” Last year, Amazon Studios signed a two-year first-look deal with the Weitz brothers production company Depth of Field.
Bob and Harvey Weinstein
Harvey has greenlight power, which is hard to come by in this town. He’s known by one name, like Madonna or Prince. He can call Quentin Tarantino 24/7. Now THAT’S power. Bob runs profit center Dimension Films that has unveiled an ambitious slate of five films including a movie based on Hasbro’s Furby toy line.
Jon and Andrew Erwin
The Erwin brothers, known for their Christian film resume, have directed four feature films, including "October Baby," “Mom’s Night Out” and “Woodlawn.” Their latest faith-based drama, "I Can Only Imagine," was recently picked up by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions.
Joel and Ethan Coen
The Coen brothers are American filmmakers whose credits include 1996's "Fargo," 1998's "The Big Lebowski" and 2007's "No Country for Old Men." Lately, they directed "Hail, Caesar!' and their next project is George Clooney's "Suburbicon," set to debut in September at the Venice Film Festival.
Greg and Colin Strause
Self-titled as the Brothers Strause, the duo are most known for directing "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem" and "Skyline." They also founded Hydraulx, a special effects company.
Peter and Bobby Farrelly
The Farrelly brothers are American screenwriters and directors, whose credits include "Dumb and Dumber," "Hall Pass," "Shallow Hal," "There's Something About Mary," "The Three Stooges" and "Dumb and Dumber To."