Nicholas Sparks’ “SAFE HAVEN” To Become A Movie

Safe Haven Nicholas Sparks

Relativity outbid several other major studios in a battle for the feature film rights to the novel “Safe Haven.” The novel, written by Nicholas Sparks, was taken around to all the major studios this week starting Monday with Warner Bros, Sony, Disney, and Fox all having been in the mix.

Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill are attached to produce the film, which many thought would be heading to Warner Bros. because of the studios current involvement in a Sparks’ project. The studio is already getting the adaptation of “The Lucky One” from Sparks up and running. Relativity has a successful past with the producers however, having previously teamed up on “Dear John” starring Channing Tatum. That film grossed nearly $110 million worldwide.

Sparks’ novel “Safe Haven” tells the story of a young woman who is reticent to begin new relationships and form bonds with others. She is forced to confront a dark secret from her past however when she is reluctantly drawn into two relationships and falls in love.

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