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Thursday, September 4, 2014

SAM CLAFLIN & EMILIA CLARKE FOR 'ME BEFORE YOU' MOVIE ADAPTATION! 'ELEPHANT WHO CRIED' GETS HEARTWRENCHING MOVIE! NICHOLAS SPARKS' 'CHOICE' IS HIS 11TH BOOK TO BE ADAPTED!

'ME BEFORE YOU' CASTS
 SAM CLAFLIN & EMILIA CLARKE
Now, here are some wonderful casting news: as 'Deadline' writes today Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke might be the lead stars of ME BEFORE YOU big screen adaptation of bestselling Jojo Moyes novel. Set to premiere next August, the movie will follow Lou, a young girl from a small town, who meets Will, a successful man who has been confined to a wheelchair after a horrific accident. Lou takes a job as Will's caretaker and they go on a series of adventures during which the young woman tries to convince Will that life is still worth living!

DID YOU KNOW?
While she is playing the dragon queen in brutally bizarre GAME OF THRONES,  Emilia Clarke will also star in new TERMINATOR GENISYS while Sam Claflin is starring in the equally bizarre HUNGER GAMES and in delightful romantic movie LOVE, ROSIE with adorable Lily Collins. He also stars next to Max Irons and Douglas Booth in RIOT CLUB.

NICHOLAS SPARKS' 'THE CHOICE'
 IS HIS 11TH MOVIE ADAPTATION
And the eleventh Nicholas Sparks book to move onto the big screens is THE CHOICE. After his bestselling books such as SAFE HAVEN, THE NOTEBOOK, MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE, A WALK TO REMEMBER, DEAR JOHN, THE LUCKY ONE have been made into movies, THE CHOICE will be adapted too by Ross Katz. The story follows a man and a woman who live as neighbours in a coastal town in North Carolina, before their relationship blossoms into a romance neither of them imagined would happen. Sparks' THE BEST OF ME and THE LONGEST RIDE are currently awaiting release or production.

STORY OF ELEPHANT WHO CRIED
 TO BE MADE INTO A MOVIE
Deadline also reports that famous ELEPHANT WHO CRIED will get his own movie! The movie will tell the heart wrenching story of Raju, the animal who had been kept in chains and abused for 50 years and cried when he was freed in the middle of the night by brave animal rights activists. The chains that kept him imprisoned for decades left abscessed wounds in his leg, he was starving and had sores all over its body, while his tail was plucked raw to sell hairs as good luck charms. Last month he was secretly taken to a sanctuary where he is now able to walk free, eat decent food (he had been eating plastic and paper in order to fill up his empty belly while in captivity), receive medical care, lounge in his favourite pool and mix with other elephants — none of which was provided to him during his 50 years of  life in clawed shackles that dug into his skin. The world is awaiting the court decision in India tomorrow on whether he will be returned to his molester who had sued the activists.

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