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Live Poll: Greatest Sibling Filmmaking Legacies

April 10th is National Sibling Day, in honor of the day, we celebrate the greatest sibling filmmakers in cinema history.

Which group of filmmaking siblings* do you think has made the greatest mark on cinematic history with their collective body of work? * excludes sibling groups whose main contributions has been as actors/actresses

See the partial list of the greatest sibling filmmaking legacies in cinema history here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls033326877/

Live Poll: http://www.imdb.com/poll/wVMfN7S0FU8/

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3 years ago

Moderators, PLEASE move this thread classification from Idea to Praise.

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2 years ago

Directors: Andrew Erwin (as The Erwin Brothers), Jon Erwin (as The Erwin Brothers)

Shared Filmography

 2020 I Still Believe (pre-production)

 2018 I Can Only Imagine (as The Erwin Brothers) A+ CinemaScore

 2015 Woodlawn  A+ CinemaScore

 2014 Moms' Night Out (as The Erwin Brothers)

 2011 October Baby

 2006 The Cross and the Towers (Documentary)

The brothers are only sibling pair to have received an A+ CinemaScore, a feat they have accomplished twice.

They join an elite group of directors that have directed multiple A+ CinemaScore movies: Steven Spielberg (1982, 1993), James Cameron (1991, 1997), Robert Zemeckis (1994, 2004), Pete Docter (2001, 2009), Malcolm D. Lee (2013, 2017), Peter Berg (2013, 2016), Erwin Brothers (2015, 2018), Brad Bird (2004, 2018) & George Tillman Jr. (1997, 2018), Rob Reiner (1987, 1989, 1992) and Alex Kendrick (2011, 2015, 2019).