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IN Celebrities ON 18 Mar, 2016
Just in case, this generation would have forgotten, the movie "The Notebook" reached millions of empty hearts and all those who are in love. As a silver screen adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel named as the movie's title, this story tells so much about a unique love affair under the 1940s setting.
Moving forward, as this movie tells enough of the perfections and flaws of every effective love story, we usually disregard background stories and some little facts. Right now, let us put some of these in the limelight. Celebrate and recognize some facts we would never get by watching the movie alone.
Tuned up? Let's get it on.
Admit it. They were a thing during their 'Hit me, baby, one more time' and 'Bye, Bye, Bye' days, and they were once being considered to take the lead roles. Apparently, there's power with Ryan Gosling's beard.
To imbibe his Noah role, he experienced living in Charleston, South Carolina and do some furniture making stuff. Good thing, the creative director considers his effort and featured what he came about.
Earlier, that may be the case. But now, look at him. See it for yourself.
To realize some past events and for the production not to have a hard time finding Gosling and McAdams doubles for their younger counterparts, they had to film them first with their present state, and the leads had to lose weight to show changes in seasons. Brilliant.
Off-screen side stories and accounts, as well as entertainment insiders, confirmed that the pair did not originally get along. They've had days of conflict and screaming but look at what happened in the movie. It's total chemistry.
Applause should be given to the production team because it's been so hard for them to huddle ducks in the lake. What they did was to put some hatchlings and these little creatures attracted the mature ones. Wallah! Masterpiece of nature, it is.
Computing the gross sales of the movie, and considering inflation and what not, the film made $105 Million money. It was indeed one of the most successful film Ryan Gosling made in his life by far.
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