Rachel and ryan gosling dating
Released on June 25, 2004, the romantic drama became an instant classic, turning Ryan Gosling into, well, Ryan Gosling, and making Rachel Mc Adams a star.
Based on the 1996 novel of the same name, The Notebook was the first of Nicholas Sparks' books to be adapted into his first major motion picture, kicking off an era of love stories designed to make us cry.
While the director immediately knew he wanted Gosling as his star, the studio needed some convincing.
"When I told [New Line Cinema] I wanted to hire Ryan for the lead, they kind of looked at me like I was out of my mind," Cassavetes revealed to VH1.
But despite their differences, they had one important thing in common.
They were crazy about each other." It might be hard to believe, but the book was actually based on a true story—Spark's then-wife Cathy's grandparents, in fact, who were together for over 60 years.
"I remember watching them together and thinking to myself that after 60 years of marriage, these two people were treating each other exactly the same as my wife and I were treating each other after 12 hours.
What a wonderful gift they'd given us, I thought, to show us on our first day of marriage that true love can last forever." Can you imagine Tom Cruise as Noah? After the rights to the novel were snagged by New Line way back in 1996, Steven Spielberg expressed interest in directing the movie in 1998. Alas, scheduling conflicts got in the way, as they always do, and the project was left for years before Cassavetes came on.
Most recently, she’s been linked to screenwriter Jamie Linden.
Which goes to show you that you can engineer chemistry on screen just by telling the audience that these two people love each other. Just imagine it.” 5 Rachel and Ryan were heavily involved in activst work while they were together.