When you think of the world’s most famous film director, the first name that pops into your mind is most likely Steven Spielberg. Likewise, if you think of the world’s biggest movie star, Tom Hanks is right at the top. Together, they’ve formed one of Hollywood’s most successful filmmaker and actor teams. Spielberg first directed Tom Hanks in the 1998 WWII drama, Saving Private Ryan, which took home five out of the 11 Oscar nominations it received. The pair teamed up again in 2002’s Catch Me If You Can and 2004’s The Terminal. Most recently, Spielberg and Hanks collaborated as executive producers on two award-winning miniseries: Band of Brothers and The Pacific. Next up, they’ll reunite on a third WWII miniseries based on Donald L. Miller’s Masters of the Air.