Rachel was serious with Michael Sheen and rumored to have dated her True Detective costar Taylor Kitsch, while Ryan and his current leading lady, Eva Mendes, share two daughters together, Esmeralda and Amada.
Ryan and Rachel might be over, but in honor of the their epic love in The Notebook, we're looking back at 10 sweet snaps that will really make you want them back.
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Snowden and Shailene Woodley as his longtime girlfriend.
Wild Oats: Everything changes for a woman (Shirley Mac Laine) when she receives a life insurance check accidentally made out for million.
The Good Neighbor: In this thriller, a pair of high-school kids create an illusion to scare an unsuspecting neighbor. Miss Stevens: A comedy about a teacher who chaperones a group of high school students to a state drama competition. Operation Avalanche: During the height of the Cold War, two young CIA agents (Matt Johnson and Owen Williams) go undercover at NASA to investigate a possible Russian mole — but find something more shocking.
Snowden: Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone tackles the story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world.
She followed this with films such as Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island (2010).
Bridget Jones’s Baby: Renée Zellweger returns to the romantic adventures of a British publishing executive, now in her 40s, pregnant and unsure of who the father is.
In the summer, she and Maya Rudolph did a sketch on Rudolph’s NBC variety show in which they sang Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend” while tapping out the rhythm with plastic butter tubs, and the clip melted the Internets, as they say.
(“Emma’s one of those people you think can do everything,” says Rudolph.) Meanwhile, if you saw Stone on move effortlessly from Blues Traveler’s “Hook” to DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win” during a lip-sync battle with Jimmy Fallon, you know that she is probably Our Greatest Living Karaoke Star.
The Montana that I grew up in is very different from what my segment of the film represents.
I come from generations of Montanans, and the woman that I’m playing in Kelly’s movie is a kind of new homesteader, a new wave of pioneers that are settling and capitalizing on Montana.