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READ MORE: Nicole Kidman's sexiest moments – wardrobe malfunction, skimpy swimsuit and thigh splitThe star-studded cast was made up of three rising stars in Hollywood, alongside two acting legends who already had decades worth of experience under their belt.To celebrate the beloved romantic classic turning 18 today, Daily Star have looked at where the cast are now.After his performance as Noah in The Notebook, Ryan Gosling, 41, was catapulted to global stardom and has become one of the most successful actors in the industry.The actor has been credited for his work in countless blockbusters, but also earned a huge respect from the independent film community, giving memorable performances in 2011 movie's Drive and The Ides of March.He achieved stellar commercial success after appearing opposite Academy Award winner Emma Stone in the romantic classic Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011), which also prompted the beginning of one of Hollywood's favourite on screen partnerships.The pair teamed up again in 2016 for the critically acclaimed musical La La Land, for which both Gangster Squad star's received incredible reviews.The Canadian actor proved he could do it all, eventually breaking away from the shadows of The Notebook and securing spots in action films such as The Nice Guys (2016) and Blade Runner 2049 (2017).He is now set to star as Ken in Greta Gerwigs, Barbie, which stars Margot Robbie in the title role.Gosling met Hollywood beauty Eva Mendes in 2011 on the set of The Place Beyond The Pines and the two began a relationship.

The couple welcomed their first child together in 2014 - a daughter named Esmeralda, and welcomed second daughter Amada in 2016.While filming The Notebook, it was made public that Gosling and his co-star

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