One of the few married couples who jointly produce movies, Wick, 60, and Fisher, 65, have been professionally partnered since 2001, when the latter stepped down from her post as vice chairman of Columbia TriStar Pictures. Since then, they’ve been a formidable pair — conjuring films as varied as Jarhead and Memoirs of a Geisha. Their ability to combine people skills with production know-how has saved movies teetering on the brink of collapse — like Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, which they were able to move from Sony to Warners. Having three daughters also has helped them connect with the YA world, leading to their Divergent series — the second installment, Insurgent, has grossed $251 million worldwide. They’re developing several other female-centric films, including Matriarch and The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls. They’ve seen it all, right down to a stressed-out cat that couldn’t perform its scene in Stuart Little. Recalls Fisher, "Doug said, 'I don’t know what else could go wrong.' "