Cast members Scott Eastwood and Britt Robertson take a selfie at the premiere of "The Longest Ride" at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California April 6, 2015. The movie opens in the U.S. on April 10. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
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Ever since "The Notebook" made moviegoers swoon in 2004, Nicholas Sparks' name has been synonymous with teary-eyed romance.The author's latest novel adapted for the big screen, "The Longest Ride," is no exception, offering two love stories at once. She's an art-history student at North Carolina's Wake Forest University with plans to work in a New York gallery. He's a competitive bull rider trying to claim the national title. It is through these letters that the young couple, and the audience, learns about Ira's love affair with Ruth.Both couples are filmed lovingly by George Tillman, Jr. ("Soul Food"), who was inspired by his own 25-year marriage to helm the story.It brings something new to the romance genre: bull riding.
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