Entertainment Tonight released their interview with Rachel and Ryan Gosling during a press junket for “The Notebook” back in 2004 in honor of Valentine’s Day earlier this week. They aired the interview in 2004 when the movie came out but we are sure it’s a unseen interview for most people. We added the interview in our media archive.
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ABC Family will air a world exclusive special edition from “The Notebook” tonight (November 11) at 8/7c. The special edition will feature the deleted scenes, which are only featured on the DVD/Blu-Ray, which means they edited in 10 minutes into the original movie. Be sure to tune in tonight! You can watch the promo for the special on ABC.com.
First of all: Happy Valetine’s Day. Nextmovie asked favorite romantic movies in recent interviews with actors in the spirit of Valentine’s Day and Rachel co-star “The Vow” Channing Tatum, Teresa Palmer and Mark Wahlberg picked “The Notebook” as their favorite. They also praise Rachel & Ryan Gosling, the director and the movie itself.
Nextmovie also picked “The Notebook” as most Romantic Movies Ever … This Millennium as number #5. Are you going to watch “The Notebook” for Valentine’s day?
Channing Tatum (Step Up, Dear John)
“Animal movies I love, but, look, Nicholas Sparks and ‘The Notebook.’ Every damn time.”
“Every time, my wife looks up at me like, ‘Promise we’re going to die together the same day.’ I’m like I don’t want to talk about how we’re going to die. Check that for a second and let’s talk about how we’re going to live and then when were 80, we can worry about it then. Right now, we’ve got 50 more years.”
Teresa Palmer (I Am Number Four, December Boys)
“I love ‘The Notebook‘ so much. The music, the performances, the story, them dying together at the same time… nothing could really beat that in my eyes.”
“My mom every year buys me ‘Notebook’ memorabilia every year for Christmas.”
“It is definitely [a movie] I feel totally connected to. It’s a period piece, and I would love to be in film like that. Also, I’m a huge fan of Rachel McAdams. She’s one of my girl crushes.”
Mark Wahlberg (The Figther, The Lovely Bones)
“My favorite romantic movie of recent times is definitely ‘The Notebook.’”
“It’s just a great love story with a great script, great direction and great acting. Everything about it is top-notch. It’s one of those rare romantic movies that you can watch again and again”.
“Plus, my wife liked that one, so that basically moves it to the top no matter what.”
The kiss of Rachel and Ryan Gosling in “The Notebook” is named one of the Classis Movie Kisses of all time by LA Times. The kiss in “The Notebook” is number #46. You can see the full list here and be sure to watch the kiss of “The Notebook” back in our media archive.