These On-Screen Couples Will Make You Fall In Love All Over Again
You have probably watched the most extraordinary love stories, either on the big or small screen, played by your favorite on-screen couple. They have made you fall in love one way or another.
Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) and Edward Lewis’s (Richard Gere) relationship in Pretty Woman is one of the most popular classic love stories. Who could also forget the iconic relationship of Noah, Jr. (Ryan Gosling) and Allie Hamilton (Rachel McAdams) in The Notebook?
These films, among others, may have convinced you that love exists, and their tales have swept you off your feet. You probably hoped for some of them to wind up with one another in real life, and some do end up together, proving their love is beyond the screen.
Some examples are Freddie Prinze Jr. and Sarah Michelle Gellar, who worked together in I Know What You Did Last Summer, and, of course, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes in The Place Beyond the Pines.
However, others only remain lovers on-screen, like Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star is Born. Fans are still giving these two credits for making everyone believe their love is true.
Want to know more about these lovely on-screen couples, both on-screen and real life? Check out this list as they make you fall in love all over again.
Adèle & Emma | Blue Is the Warmest Colour
Blue is the Warmest Colour tells the story of Adèle, the 15-year-old high-school student, who gets easily attracted to the woman with blue hair, Emma. They meet by chance, and then everything that happened is close to perfect. The film doesn’t only tell a great love story between the two young girls who are both looking for love, but it also leads to a powerful self-discovery for Adèle, who is still searching for her identity.
The couple’s exploration of freedom and love brings them closer together, although sadly, they didn’t end up with one another. The film’s dramatic portrayal of their separation shows that not every great love story ends with a happy ending. Despite parting ways, Emma has taught Adèle a lot about life, especially about herself. The movie received universal acclaim from Metacritic, while Rotten Tomatoes’ critical consensus gives it credit for being “raw, honest, and powerfully acted.”