They celebrated the silver anniversary of their unwedded bliss last year. On the subject of marriage, Hawn says, "We stay together because we want to. Why ruin a good thing? I don’t see the point of getting married. It could be a curse!"
When Indy met Ally, neither their 22-year age difference nor the fact that she’d recently adopted a son proved to be an impediment. After seven years together, the couple got engaged on Valentine’s Day.
She made the first move: After seeing a photo of the Spinal Tap star in Rolling Stone, Curtis had her people contact his people. The rest is one of the longest-running marriages in Hollywood, 25 years and counting.
Felicity Huffman was just a student when she met Macy, a teacher at the Atlantic Theater Company. Huffman says her "heart still jumps" when her husband walks into the room; he thinks she’s the sexiest Housewife.
Pinkett Smith recently revealed the juicy details of a limo romp she and hubby Will Smith shared on the way to the 2009 Oscars. "When you have three kids, you’ve got to take your opportunities when they come. Let’s just say we missed the red carpet and I ended up with almost no makeup on."
Director Spielberg cast Capshaw in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. When they met, she was so nervous she thought, " ‘What can I say to him that he hasn’t heard before? Gee, I loved E.T.?’ " They tied the knot in 1991.
They met on the ’80s sitcom Bosom Buddies, and romance blossomed a few years later after they costarred in Volunteers. One thing we love about them: They look like they laugh a lot and genuinely enjoy being together.
Watch HLN’s Showbiz Tonight on February 24, 27 and 28 for more on these famous flames.
*And for more celeb couples, check out Stars Who Waited to Wed and Our Favorite, Fittest Celeb Couples.*