Craving another impossible romance, where a love is so strong, it survives all odds? Good thing because you're in luck, as yet another Nicholas Sparks novel is being adapted for the big-screen.
Relativity has acquired the rights to his best-selling novel "The Best of Me". The story revolves around, you guessed it, two lovers. High-school sweethearts Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole must pursue different paths in life after graduation, until they reunite in their hometown 25 years later for the funeral of the mentor.
The last adaptations of his work that Relativity took on were "Safe Haven" with Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel and "Dear John" with Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. Both films grossed over $200 million worldwide so it comes as no surprise they are dipping back into the godfather of romance's repertoire.
Michael Hoffman is directing from and re-writing a script that J. Mills Goodloe and Will Fetters penned.
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"The Best of Me" will hit AMC Theatres in 2014.
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