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Nicholas Sparks

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  1. Hollywood's New Foreign Fling: Remakes of Domestic Hits

    10:00 am 11/30/2012

    "American hegemony is coming to an end," says one agent as exports slide amid an international remake boom.Read more

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  2. Owen Wilson Animated Comedy 'Turkeys' Gets Release Date

    9:00 pm 11/15/2012

    The studio also said the romantic thriller "Safe Haven" will be moving a few days to Feb. 14.Read more

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  3. Author Nicholas Sparks Sets Up Three Cable Dramas (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 10/31/2012

    "The Notebook" writer has "A Bend in the Road" at TNT, "The Falls" at ABC Family and "Deliverance Creek" at Lifetime.Read more

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  4. UTA Lit Agent Departs to Run Nicholas Sparks Production's TV Division

    9:15 pm 6/8/2012

    “Elise [Henderson] will be a terrific steward of the Nicholas Sparks brand in television,” said UTA managing director Jay Sures of the move.Read more

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  5. Cannes 2012: Relativity Media Set to Buy German Film Studio Senator Entertainment (Exclusive)

    1:27 pm 5/18/2012

    Ryan Kavanaugh's film financing group is close to a takeover of the producer-distributor.Read more

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  6. Cannes 2012: Senator Entertainment CEO Helge Sasse on His Company's Comeback (Q&A)

    7:07 am 5/16/2012

    The savvy exec discusses the success of "Intouchables" and partnering with best-selling author Nicholas Sparks.Read more

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  7. Nicholas Sparks, Senator to Produce German Version of 'The Rescue'

    12:23 am 5/15/2012

    Germany is the largest market outside the U.S. for the best-selling romance novelist. Read more

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  8. 'The Lucky One': What Critics Are Saying

    12:12 pm 4/20/2012

    Zac Efron stars as a Marine vet who returns home from Iraq to find love with a mysterious blonde in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel.Read more

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  9. 'The Notebook' Author Nicholas Sparks Sells Drama to ABC

    1:24 pm 9/20/2011

    "The Watchers" marks the writer's first original project for television.Read more

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