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Show TrackerThe cast and crew of "Mad Men" take part in a panel for the show at PaleyFest....
Hollywood keeps making adaptations of Nicholas Sparks novels, even though they've never really burned up the box office. Maybe “The Lucky One” will be, well, the lucky one, but it's hard to imagine why. Sparks films have become their own...
Fox 5 San Diego staffI’m not sure who has a worse track record with bad movies – Tyler Perry or Nicholas Sparks. Perhaps the edge should go to Perry, since he’s involved in every aspect of his crappy films. And Sparks did give us The Notebook, which wasn&...
Tags: Entertainment, Judges, Zac Efron, Casablanca (movie), Movies
You don't need a message in a bottle to get the word out: Author Nicholas Sparks knows his audience. Conservative moviegoers (along with plenty of centrists and liberals) take to the latest Sparks adaptation, gratefully. They know they're not going to get...
Special to The Herald-MailIt's probably a good thing that I don't see a lot of movies based on the books of Nicholas Sparks. He's known for super-schmaltzy romance novels that are routinely derided by critics but sell like crazy. Films based on his works include the modest hits...
PIX11.comBased on Nicholas Sparks' bestseller The Lucky One, Zac Efron ("17 Again," "Charlie St. Cloud") stars alongside Taylor Schilling (TV's "Mercy") and Blythe Danner ("Meet the Parents" franchise) in this romantic drama directed by Academy Award®-nominated...
It's Monday, and a merciless late-July sun bounces off white sand and sparkles on rolling surf. The only thing out of place on this perfect Southern California beach day are the tents set up amid the umbrellas and folding chairs, the huge light...
Times Staff WriterIndependent filmmaker Jay Craven's "The Year That Trembled" is an ambitious coming-of-age story set amid the turmoil that beset rural Ohio communities in the wake of the May 4, 1970, shootings at Kent State University, where 28 National Guardsmen fired...
The best news about NBC's Hank Azaria show is that it's no longer known as "The Hank Azaria Show." Shedding the vanity title, the moderately appealing new sitcom will go before the public Tuesday as "Imagine That," as in, "NBC realized that nobody...
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