Superman and Batman are meeting, so why can't the rest of our favorite movie characters? It's not only superheroes who are capable of joining forces, you know.

We've rounded up a dozen pairs of characters with striking similarities or differences that would make for excellent movie collaborations. Time to get to work, screenwriters of the world.

Let us know whose universes you'd like to see collide in the comments section below.

Veronica Sawyer ("Heathers") and Regina George ("Mean Girls")
veronica sawyer regina george

The Bride ("Kill Bill") and Lara Croft ("Lara Croft: Tomb Raider")
kill bill lara croft

Dr. Frankenstein ("Young Frankenstein") and Dr. Emmett Brown ("Back to the Future")
frankenstein emmett brown

E.T. and Wall-E
walle et

Michael Dorsey/Dorothy Michaels ("Tootsie") and Daniel Hillard/Mrs. Euphegenia Doubtfire ("Mrs. Doubtfire")
tootsie mrs doubtfire

Annie Wilkes ("Misery") and Nurse Ratched ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest")
annie wilkes nurse ratched

Glenn Holland ("Mr. Holland's Opus") and Dewey Finn ("School of Rock")
mr hollands opus school of rock

Agent Clarice Starling ("The Silence of the Lambs") and Special Agent Gracie Hart ("Miss Congeniality")
silence of the lambs miss congeniality

Lucas "Cool Hand Luke" Jackson ("Cool Hand Luke") and Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding ("The Shawshank Redemption")
cool hand luke shawshank redemption

Evil Queen ("Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs") and Maleficent ("Sleeping Beauty")
snow white sleeping beauty

Detective Alonzo Harris ("Training Day") and Jules Winnfield ("Pulp Fiction")
training day pulp fiction

Ophelia ("Trading Places") and Vivian Ward ("Pretty Woman")
trading places pretty woman

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