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article imageFirst trailer for ‘Love, Rosie’ with Sam Claflin, Lily Collins

By Mathew Wace Peck     Apr 29, 2014 in Entertainment
A first-look trailer has been released for ‘Love, Rosie’, the upcoming British–American movie starring with Sam Claflin and Lily Collins.
Based on Cecila Ahern’s 2004 novel, Where Rainbows End, Love, Rosie is directed by Christian Ditter from a screenplay written by Juliette Towhidi (Death Comes to Pemberley).
The trailer, which was released via Digital Spy earlier today, sees Alex (Claflin) suffering classroom embarrassment following his admission that he lost his virginity to Rosie (Collins) via MSN Messenger!
Previously working in television, Ditter directed Germany’s critically acclaimed TV comedy-drama series, Türkisch für Anfänger (Turkish for Beginners), which centred on the everyday lives of the German–Turkish Schneider-Öztürk family.
His previous films include 2011’s Wickie auf großer Fahrt (Vicky and the Treasure of the Gods) and, before that, 2009’s Vorstadtkrokodile (Crocodiles) and its sequel Vorstadtkrokodile 2 (The Crocodiles Strike Back), which followed in 2010.
As well as Love, Rosie, Ditter and Lily Collins are also collaborating on How to Be Single, an American film scheduled for a 2016 release.
Having made his film debut in 2011, as Philip Swift, in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Sam Claflin, 27, is possibly best known for playing Finnick Odair in the Hunger Games franchise of movies. Television credits include parts in The Pillars of the Earth, Any Human Heart and White Heat.
Other cast members include Christian Cooke (The Promise), Tamsin Egerton (Camelot), Art Parkinson (Game of Thrones) and Jaime Winstone (Made in Dagenham), the daughter of fellow actor Ray Winstone (The Sweeney).
Love, Rosie, which began filming in Toronto in May 2013, is coming to cinemas this October.
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