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So much so, that since its publication in 2009, word of mouth and critical acclaim have led it to be published in 31 countries and become the bestselling British novel of 2010. They meet on July 15 (St Swithin's Day) 1988, during an evening of drunken partying on their final night at Edinburgh University, have a sort of one-night stand and vow to stay in touch.
The production team behind the film has taken no chances: David Nicholls, already a successful screenwriter, wrote the script; Lone Scherfig, who caused a sensation in 2009 with the Oscar-nominated An Education, directed; and Anne Hathaway, a bankable Hollywood star, was chosen for Emma. 'It was really important to find an actor who could be touching and appealing and attractive,' Nicholls says, 'and convey all that in a character who isn't particularly eloquent or full of self-knowledge, who at his lowest point is pretty repulsive.' That person is Jim Sturgess.Probably best known for his first feature film, Julie Taymor's Across the Universe (2007), a musical love story told through Beatles songs, Sturgess could be described as an industry secret, whose career to date has been an intriguing mix of Hollywood (The Other Boleyn Girl and 21) and independent films (Fifty Dead Men Walking and Heartless).Sturgess hadn't read the book before he auditioned, and thus was unaware of the passion it inspires among its devotees.The two paired with the company to create a line of affordable fashion jewelry. The premise of the site is that members receive a new piece of jewelry each month out of the personalized choices recommended to them by their Jewel Mint Style Quiz results. Jewel Mint has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, In Style magazine, Teen Vogue, C Magazine, People Style Watch, In Touch Weekly, "Lucky Magazine"  and OK!magazine. In the summer of 2011, Bosworth made her singing debut with a television jingle for Cotton's Fabric of our Lives campaign (the song she performs is downloadable on the Cotton site).Worldwide recognition Bosworth in May 2006After going through many screen tests and competing with other actresses for the role, she was cast as reporter Lois Lane in Bryan Singer's superhero film Superman Returns (2006). She starred along with her Beyond the Sea co-star Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor, as well as newcomer Brandon Routh as Superman. The film was a box office success and received mostly positive reviews. Bosworth's performance however, was not well-received among critics; Anthony Lane of The New Yorker, in his review of the film noted, "The new Lois Lane, Kate Bosworth, is not a patch on Margot Kidder, or, for that matter, on Teri Hatcher, in the TV series." San Francisco Chronicle film critic Mick La Salle felt that Bosworth, at 22-years-old, was too young to portray Lois Lane, and the climax did not "match the potential of the tiring 154 minute long film". Although Bosworth's performance was ambivalently received, she herself loved the experience of working on the movie. I feel a little bit more complete." Superman Returns was a commercial and critical success.
It charts their careers – Emma, an idealist with dreams of being a writer, initially struggles in the backwaters, working in a Tex Mex restaurant while composing bad poetry in her spare time, before becoming a teacher and finally a successful writer of children's novels.