The two actors ended up dating after the movie came out, which brought "Notebook" fans immense joy. Gosling is now with his "The Place Beyond the Pines" co-star Eva Mendes, and they have two daughters. Henson and Terrence Howard Long before they played exes on the hit show "Empire," Henson and Howard co-starred in 2005's "Hustle & Flow." He was DJay, a pimp with dreams of becoming a hip-hop star, and she was Shug, the pregnant prostitute he falls for.
It's not your typical meet-cute, but their appeal was undeniable.
The burgeoning couple reportedly started things off at Warwick on Sunday.
Most recently, they were spotted at Beauty and Essex on Monday and hit up The Avenue on Tuesday.
Ever since Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio played star-crossed lovers in "Titanic," fans of the movie have pined for the two to get together in real life.
Maybe the A-listers are partly to blame, for being such persuasive actors.
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The story's will-they-or-won't-they suspense had audiences in weepy puddles, watching with bated breath as Gosling's Noah insists - outside in the pouring rain, naturally - "it still isn't over" before going in for a kiss.Here's a look back at some of the actors whom people couldn't help rooting for, whether or not they were destined to be together.Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire Rogers and Astaire first wowed audiences in "Flying Down to Rio" in 1933; their captivating chemistry was so palpable when they danced together, they stole the show from the movie's leads.Still, the two insist they're simply great friends.In fact, Leo walked Kate down the aisle during her most recent marriage, to Nick Rockn Roll.