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Entertainment Weekly reports that Nicholas Sparks will be taking time away from his burgeoning furniture empire to produce a sitcom based on his own life for ABC. Written by Austin Winsberg (of the underrated Kevin Williamson mystery drama Glory Days), The Next Chapter will be inspired by Sparks's recent separation from his wife and will revolve around a similarly divorced novelist who is grappling with his reputation as the foremost authority on love and white people kissing in the rain. The author's swinging bachelor life should be perfect for anyone who liked Cougartown but for some reason wished the protagonist was a dude going through a midlife crisis. This marks the second foray into television for Sparks, as the CW is currently developing a television adaptation of The Notebook. »
- Ira Madison III
Best-selling romance novelist Nicholas Sparks has sold his first half-hour comedy project. The Next Chapter, written by Austin Winsberg (Gossip Girl, The Sound Of Music Live!), hails from Warner Bros TV and Sparks’ studio-based Nicholas Sparks Prods. Loosely based on Sparks’ new life as a single man, The Next Chapter centers on top-selling romance novelist Ben Diamond who goes through a divorce and not only begins to question his belief in love, but he also must learn to… »
Based on a pitch from writer Austin Winsberg ("Gossip Girl"), the story follows a top-selling romance novelist who goes through a divorce and not only begins to question his belief in love, but must also learn to date again and live on his own while dealing with the pressures of his public persona.
The story will be loosely based on Sparks' new life as a single man as he separated from his wife of 25 years in January. Winsberg will pen the script and executive produce.
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- Garth Franklin
"Titanic" still gives us All the feels, even though it's been almost 19 years since its big screen debut. While there have been countless romance movies released since (mostly by Nicholas Sparks), nothing can top this one. As good old Stefon says on "Saturday Night Live," this movie has everything. If it were a club, it would be New York's hottest one.
Here are eight reasons it is still our favorite love movie of the '90s. »
- Rachel Horner
Nicholas Sparks fans have been through a lot, and his latest movie has even more heartbreak in store for us. The trailer for The Choice has been revealed, and as is protocol with Sparks's movies, it's going to make you emotional. Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies) and Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) play the new leading couple, neighbors who bicker and squabble but - gasp! - probably secretly love each other. Amid the drama, you will see puppies, punches, and cake being wastefully thrown into people's faces. The movie will be out on Feb. 5, so plan your annual pilgrimage to the theater to sob on Valentine's Day. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Filmdom has, once again, turned to one of its favorite author’s for romantic source material. The Choice is based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name and features a lot of love triangle goodness with an extra dose of adorable puppies and wise old narrators. And now there's a new trailer for you to check out. The story takes place in a small coastal town in North Carolina, where Travis Parker (Benjamin Walker) enjoys the good pleasures of a simple, single life. He believes that settling down will only cramp his style, but when Gaby Holland (Teresa Palmer) moves in next door, things get more complicated than he ever imagined. Things get pretty ooey-gooey and lovey-dovey, along with a heavy dose of heightened, soap opera level relationship twists, which, as you can see from the trailer, are at least partially given away in less »
Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, Deadpool and Nicholas Sparks. Check it out: (click on the image for this week's trailer playlist) 1. The Revenant Trailer 1 (Dec. 25) Leonardo DiCaprio is a frontiersman who gets attacked by a bear, but that is the least of his worries when his companions leave him for dead in winter. 2. Burnt Trailer 1 (Oct. 23) Bradley Cooper is a washed-up chef trying to reclaim his shot at glory. Can he achieve...
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Take note, Nicholas Sparks! Adrian and Brooke Franklin, a newlywed couple from South Gastonia, N.C., got married last month in the same church where they first walked down the aisle together as a ring bearer and flower girl 17 years ago, when they were both 5 years old. "I had a crush on him from the start," Brooke, now 22, told the town's local affiliate ABC11. "He absolutely could not stand me. He said I got on his nerves. I'd tried to play with him at school [...] »
The Choice is the 2016 Nicholas Sparks movie, and we’ve just got a brand new trailer for the film. Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer, Tom Welling, Tom Wilkinson, Alexandra Daddario, and Maggie Grace star in the movie, which is based on the Sparks book.
Here’s the plot.
The film tells the story of Travis Shaw and Gabby Holland, who meet first as neighbors in a small coastal town and end up pursuing a relationship that neither could have foreseen. Spanning a decade and tracing the evolution of a love affair that is ultimately tested by life’s most defining events, this story features a memorable ensemble of friends and family in Sparks’ beloved North Carolina setting, culminating in the question that every couple must ask themselves: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive?
The new trailer comes complete with Sam Smith soundtrack, and looks like a typical Sparks movie adaptation, »
- Paul Heath
Opening in theaters in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s a first look at the new trailer and poster for The Choice.
From New York Times Bestselling Author Nicholas Sparks, witness an incredible love story full of romance, hope, and heart-wrenching choices when Travis Shaw (Benjamin Walker) meets the beautiful Gabby Holland (Teresa Palmer).
Spanning a decade and tracing the evolution of a love affair that is ultimately tested by life’s most defining events, this story features a memorable ensemble of friends and family in Sparks’ beloved North Carolina setting, culminating in the question that every couple must ask themselves: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive?
The movie also features Maggie Grace, »
- Michelle McCue
The trailer reveals that the titular “Choice” is faced by Theresa Palmer’s (“Warm Bodies”) character deciding between two men. Aside from the love triangle, the trailer is filled with parallels to Sparks’ past romantic dramas — eight of which have been made into films, including “The Notebook,” “Dear John” and “A Walk to Remember.” Much like “The Notebook,” “The Choice” will feature passionate kissing, southern accents, boats, beaches, a ferris wheel, a car crash and a man waiting for his woman to “come back” to him.
The trailer ends with more wise words from the narrator. »
- Mannie Holmes
Lionsgate has released the first poster and teaser for the upcoming romantic drama The Choice, which is is based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks and stars Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer, Maggie Grace, Alexandra Daddario, Tom Welling, Brett Rice, and Tom Wilkinson. You can check them out below…
The Choice tells the story of Travis Shaw and Gabby Holland, who meet first as neighbors in a small coastal town and end up pursuing a relationship that neither could have foreseen. Spanning a decade and tracing the evolution of a love affair that is ultimately tested by life’s most defining events, this story features a memorable ensemble of friends and family in Sparks’ beloved North Carolina setting, culminating in the question that every couple must ask themselves: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive?
The Choice is set for release on »
- Gary Collinson
Travis Parker and Gabby Holland are two young people from different worlds – and yet they're instantly drawn to each when their puppies make friends (and more).
One slight problem is that Gabby's spoken for, and poor Travis is going to have to get through Superman himself Tom Welling to win her heart.
The Choice opens on February 5, 2016 in the Us. »
For the fifth consecutive year, we'll have another Nicholas Sparks novel adapted for the big screen: This time it's The Choice, coming out February 5, just in time for you to decide whether you should break up before Valentine's Day. The Choice stars Benjamin Walker, best known as Lincoln from Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and Teresa Palmer, best known as Number 6 from I Am Number 4, as two young but ultimately doomed lovers. And as with many of Nicholas Sparks's stories, that's not the only familiar trope! There's also a romantic triangle, lots of white people kissing, Southern accents, snarky old codgers, a tragic accident, sweeping vistas, and, of course, equally sweeping vistas of a life changed by the tragic accident and all that kissing. »
- E. Alex Jung
Benjamin Walker finds himself in a love triangle in the first trailer for the new Nicholas Sparks adaptation, “The Choice.” In the trailer, Travis (Walker) and Gabby (Teresa Palmer) get caught up in a situation when Travis’ dog gets Gabby’s dog pregnant. Similar to other Sparks’ stories, the couple falls in love although they aren’t meant to. However, there is a catch — Gabby has a boyfriend. And similar to other Sparks’ stories, something bad happens to one of the characters that will leave us tearing up and feeling heartbroken. “Every path you take leads to another choice,” a voice-over says at the. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Like the seasonal return of locusts, Nicolas Sparks is back. It would be unfair to call Sparks movies a plague — there’s an audience for every movie — but films based on Sparks novels are certainly numerous, and now there’s one more that you can struggle to distinguish from the rest. The new film is The […]
- Russ Fischer
Though the most recent adaptations of his work – The Best Of Me and The Longest Ride – didn’t exactly set audience hearts aflame, the Nicholas Sparks romance factory keeps on clanking away. The latest to roll off the production line is The Choice, which finds Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer as the star-crossed lovers of the moment. Check out the first trailer below.The Choice hit book shelves in April 2009 and focuses on Travis Parker (Walker), a man who would appear to be living the perfect life. He has a good job, great friends and the ideal living situation in a beautiful waterfront North Carolina home. Where women are concerned, he’s quite content to be the love-‘em-and-leave-‘em type until Gabby Holland (Palmer) moves in next door. Though there's initially more frustration than romance between them – and she already has a long-term boyfriend – they’re destined for one another, »
The former plays a North Carolina man who has avoided relationships, only to fall for his beautiful new neighbour. As with many Sparks stories, there's a big accident that impacts the narrative. The film is slated to open February 5th.
- Garth Franklin
The new trailer for "The Choice," the latest drama from romance novelist Nicholas Sparks, claims to reveal the secret to life, as explained by protagonist Travis Parker (Benjamin Walker): "The whole damn thing is about choices."
In the clip, which premieres today exclusively on Moviefone and across other Aol sites (along with a brand-new poster for the movie, below), we learn that the main choice at the center of the flick is made by Gabby Holland (Teresa Palmer), the comely young lady who catches Travis's eye when she moves in next door. Gabby must decide if she wants to be with Travis or the hunky doctor Ryan (Tom Welling), and it seems she's happiest with the latter option; of course, like any good Nicholas Sparks leading man, Travis isn't letting Gabby go without a fight.
The two squabble about their dogs, kiss passionately in a clandestine hookup, and share »
- Katie Roberts
It's been over a decade since The Notebook hit theaters back in 2004, but Noah and Allie's heartwarming, heartwrenching love story still leaves us reeling. Now that the movie is being adapted for TV, we can't stop thinking about the story. With Summer love and soul mates and a complicated love triangle, the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's book triggered all kinds of feelings - and an even bigger crush on Ryan Gosling, of course. Even now, a decade later, the movie's most quotable moments can make us tear up, so take a look back at 45 times The Notebook touched your heart. Because, as Noah said, it still isn't over! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
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