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And there was this little thing I’ll always remember: I was sitting at home and somebody said, ’Do you know that your movie is No. Cassavetes remembers, “The social media really helped us to get the word around and kind of like Titanic, we never really had a big week of business — we just went forever .” The movie was in theaters in the USA for almost 22 weeks, with it’s closing date on November 21, 2004.The movie grossed over 5,5 million in the box office worldwide and turned into a modern day romantic classic.A few days after the theatrical release of the movie, Rachel received the Superstar Of Tomorrow Award during the 2004 Movieline Young Hollywood Awards.“The Notebook” was also released in 2004 and was released nationwide on June 25, 2004.The movie ranked fourth during it’s opening weekend with over million in the USA.Initially the movie struggled in the box office according to the director Cassavetes, “so we didn’t do any business and we had no good reviews; it was considered really bad. ’ ” Both movies benefited from word of mouth and social media and popularity continues to grow until the present day.Ten years later marked the anniversary of the movie, which by then turned into a popculture phenomenon and fan favorite.The movie ranked first in it’s opening weekend grossing over million in the USA and grossing over 9 million in total in the box office worldwide.
She would reunite with them on projects in the years ahead, respectively “True Detective” (2005), “Midnight in Paris” (2011), and “Aloha” (2015).Early September 2004 Rachel joined Cillian Murphy in Wes Craven’s thriller “Red Eye” (2005), with principal photography beginning on November 8, 2004.Craven saw Rachel’s work in “The Notebook” and “Mean Girls“, before casting her in “Red Eye“.Though the movie earned a so-so 64% score on Rotten Tomatoes, critics did praise the chemistry between Wilson and Aniston.It placed number one at the box office during its opening weekend and went on to earn a total worldwide gross of 2.7 million at the box office.
These movies were not only well-reviewed by critics (and in some cases, award-nominated), but also commercially successful.