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While Mandy Moore is ruling our TV screens as Rebecca Pearson in This is Us, she has been in the industry since 1993. However, she is best known for her film, A Walk To Remember. Recently, she made her fans nostalgic by singing Only Hope after 18 years.
Interestingly, A Walk To Remember was based on the author, Nicholas Sparks’ sister
In 1999, Nicholas Sparks released the novel of the same name. However, the film was released in 2002. Directed by Adam Shankman and produced by Denise Di Novi, the cast of A Walk To Remember includes Mandy Moore, Shane West, Daryl Hannah and Peter Coyote. The story revolves around two teenagers, Jamie and Landon, who belong to different backgrounds. However, they fall in love while taking part in a school play. Sadly, Jamie passes away due to leukemia and changes Landon for good. The author of A Walk To Remember has revealed that he has dedicated the book and film to his sister, Danielle Sparks who passed away due to cancer. The story is loosely based on her life.
Recently, Mandy Moore sang the song, Only Hope, which was featured in the film and left her fans emotional
In the film, A Walk To Remember was recorded by Mandy Moore. Originally, the song is by the band, Switchfoot and was written by Jon Foreman. Recently, Mandy Moore held an at-home live concert on Instagram. During her performance, she sang the song, Only Hope, accompanied by her husband, Taylor Goldsmith. The song made her fans nostalgic and they traveled back in time to 2002. They took to social media to respond.
While some said that they are never emotionally prepared for this, others admitted that they will sob after this.
One fan praised Many Moore for her immense talent.
What a beautiful human with such amazing talent ❤️
— My Big Fat Quarantined Life (@spaghetti_life) April 6, 2020
However, one fan admitted that this is the kind of content they want to see in quarantine.
Quality quarantine content we needed
— #ArtWithAngel (@angelidowu3) April 6, 2020
It is true that A Walk To Remember is one of the most beautiful and tragic films. Time to re-watch it for the 567th time!