No loss

Awwwww: according to THR, Nicholas Sparks Productions, the film and TV production company founded by the author of the same name, is shutting down. The company launched in 2012, and went on to produce two adaptations of Sparks's cloying melodramas (2013's Safe Haven and 2016's The Choice). While Sparks adaptations have proven enormously profitable in the past, the market for his stories seems to be tapering off—2015's The Longest Ride earned just $62.9 million, while The Choice has earned a mere $18.7 million since its February release date.
Posted by: Julianka


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