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"When I told [New Line Cinema] I wanted to hire Ryan for the lead, they kind of looked at me like I was out of my mind," Cassavetes revealed to VH1.

Gosling was a little surprised, too, especially after his first meeting with the director."The director, Nick Cassavetes, called me to meet him at his house.

His father is the late director John Cassavetes, who actually sort of appears in the film, as the prop photos of Allie and Noah through the years after photos of his parents, just with Garner's face photo-shopped over John's face. See you later.' Ryan looked at me and said, 'Shut up, don't even say a word.' So that's just an example of two extremely different types of acting styles.

Based on the 1996 novel of the same name, The Notebook was the first of Nicholas Sparks' books to be adapted into his first major motion picture, kicking off an era of love stories designed to make us cry.

But none could ever quite match the magic that was the decades-spanning love story of Noah Calhoun (Gosling) and Allie Hamilton (Mc Adams).

But did you know that the movie (and celebrity couple history) almost looked completely different, with Britney Spears reading opposite Gosling for the role of Allie before Mc Adams auditioned, almost depriving the world of that blissful moment in time in the late-aughts when Gosling and Mc Adams were the IT celebrity couple?

(Ah, Mc Gosling will always have a special place in our hearts.)While their palpable on-screen chemistry is largely credited for the movie's success—becoming a surprise sleeper hit in the summer of 2014, grossing over 5 million worldwide—things weren't quite so romantic behind-the-scenes, as Gosling, then 23, and Mc Adams, 25 at the time of filming, actually couldn't stand each other, with one actually trying to get the other star replaced at one point.

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