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Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams – The Notebook

Apparently, love does take work. According to director Nick Cassavetes, the stars of his revered romance The Notebook (2004) turned up the heat while filming…but not in the way he had hoped. At least not initially. During a VH1 interview to celebrate the film’s 10th anniversary, Nick... full story

The Other Woman Blu-ray review

Director Nick Cassavetes brings out the best of each character and delivers a thoughtful perspective of modern romance in The Other Woman. Much like his earlier film, The Notebook, The Other Woman is gritty and emotional at times but always with a sense of realism, hope and choice.... full story

Ryan Gosling hated Rachel McAdams on The Notebook set

According to director Nick Cassavetes, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams did not get along during the filming of The Notebook. It got so bad that Ryan asked for another actress to replace her during a crucial scene. Nick told Vh1: “Maybe I’m not supposed to tell this... full story

Notebook director hired Ryan Gosling because he “looked a bit nuts”

Ryan Gosling, 31, who’s currently considered one of the hottest hunks in Hollywood, confided to British magazine Company that the director of The Notebook chose him for the leading romantic role specifically because he didn’t consider Ryan to be good looking. “The director, Nick Cassavetes, called me to... full story

Liam Neeson dropped from Hangover 2

Liam Neeson, who took over the role originally offered to Mel Gibson in The Hangover Part II, will not be appearing in the movie after all. Even though Neeson had completed filming all his scenes, the director, Todd Phillips, decided he needed some reshoots. Unfortunately, Neeson is... full story

My Sister’s Keeper – preview

Cameron Diaz and Alec Baldwin engage in a moral battle in their new drama How far would you go for your loved ones? In the upcoming drama My Sister’s Keeper, Cameron Diaz and Jason Patric play parents who make a life-altering choice regarding their daughter Kate. Upon... full story

Big-screen Books

Need to get that 600-page novel read in time for your book club meeting? Can’t find the Cole’s notes? Page skippers rejoice. Whether it’s a classic childhood tale, a bestselling series or an unforgettable love story, you can get your fiction fix through film. Here’s a look... full story

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