The romance starring Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden debuts with $10.2 million
"The teenage girls sitting around me at the screening, who had sighed wistfully at the lovers' first kiss, eventually lost patience and began to giggle,"...
The stellar cast, including Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden, are trapped by the author's fake melodrama and brainless coincidences
Sony's R-rated WWII action film should also outpace the animated "Book of Life" and the Nicholas Sparks romance "The Best of Me"
Although men who see Sparks' movies are generally dragged to theaters by their girlfriends, Kimmel turns the tables on the stereotype with his own brand...
Love story stars James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan as high school sweethearts who rekindle their love after 20 years apart
The drama from the author of "The Notebook" tells the past and present story of two high school sweethearts who reconnect 20 years later
The actor joins the final season of the HBO series
Melissa Carter will write and executive produce "Deliverance Creek"
Analysis: Relativity's Nicholas Sparks adaptation stole the weekend -- and the young female audience -- at the box office
For those who love Nicholas Sparks, "Safe Haven" offers less of the same
Zac Efron's attempt to transition into adult roles continues to fall flat
Relativity chooses the director of a previous Sparks adaptation, "Dear John," to oversee its upcoming romantic drama
Actress to star in Scott Hicks' adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' romance novel "The Lucky One"
Pair combined to earn $110 million in last year, topping Forbes list
Kavanaugh's company beats out major studios to get upcoming thriller from "Dear John" author
Shawn Levy to produce Fox's "Alexander" adaptation; Asger Leth in talks to direct Sam Worthington in Summit's "Man on a Ledge"
After-the-fact 3D conversions take some hits, while festivals gear up and hand out awards
Critics' reviews for "Hannah Montana" star range from good to bad to ugly
On his Christianity, working with Miley, being accused of melodrama
Hollywood should be looking at why a movie like “Dear John” succeeds when one like “The Time Traveler’s Wife” does not