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The Skivvies and their rotating Broadway hunk guests bring together two of our favorite things – music and hot guys in their underwear. This time they welcome back Andrew Keenan-Bolger in his packed Pump trunks for a medley including The Police classic “Message in a Bottle”. As always, Andrew is indispensable to the show. Especially at the three minute mark.
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- Ed Kennedy
If you’re looking for a romantic movie to watch over Valentine’s Day weekend, you can get seven of them in the recently released Nicholas Sparks Limited Edition DVD Collection, which, for the first time, unites Safe Haven, The Lucky One, Dear John, Nights in Rodanthe, A Walk to Remember, Message in a Bottle, and The Notebook. Sparks chatted with EW about some of their signature moments, the challenges of topping sex scenes, why the ending of Safe Haven really shouldn’t have shocked you, and what’s next.
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- Mandi Bierly
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Nicholas Sparks has created an empire from the hopeful yet tragic loves stories you read on vacation or watch after too many bottles of wine. Like Nancy Meyers, whose films always incorporate droolworthy decor, location is key. And Sparks’ films are almost exclusively set on the coasts of North or South Carolina–a nod to his adopted home of New Bern, Nc. Over the years numerous titles have been adapted from breezy beach reads into sugar-coated love stories with a male and female lead much too beautiful to be of this Earth.
Some stand out: The Notebook has become required viewing for any female and/or person with a beating heart, while Miley Cyrus‘ transformation from Disney girl to Twerk Queen included a pit stop in a role Sparks created just for her. But do all Nicholas Sparks novels-turned-blockbusters include letter-writing or a devastating illness in the final act? »
- Emily Exton
It's been 15 years since Nicholas Sparks' second novel was adapted into his first major motion picture—and romantic dramas have never been the same! Message in a Bottle, starring Kevin Costner and Robin Wright, captured the hearts of millions and ushered in new era of gripping love stories. From The Notebook (starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams) to Dear John (starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried), Sparks' stories have come to life via some of Hollywood's hottest stars. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing the Nicholas Sparks Limited Edition DVD Collection. The gift set includes seven films based on the best-selling author's novels, »
Can you believe Kevin Costner is almost 60 years old?!The actor has definitely aged well -- Costner still looks like the spitting image of Ray Kinsella in "Field of Dreams."Since finding fame with his hit movie "Bull Durham" in 1988, Kevin has gone on to steal the screen in flicks like "Dances With Wolves," "The Bodyguard" and "Waterworld."He also melted women's hearts around the world in the 1999 romance "Message in a Bottle," and thoroughly creeped us out playing a serial killer in 2007's "Mr. Brooks." Costner's been pretty successful in his personal life as well! Kevin has three beautiful children with his ex-wife Cindy Costner and married blonde bombshell Christine Baumgartner 2004. Kevin and Christine have three adorable kiddies together, too. We can't wait to see the actor's latest blockbuster "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" where he'll star alongside hottie Chris Pine!How do you think Kevin has aged? Tell toofab in the comment section below, »
- tooFab Staff
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