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  • Stuck in Love follows the love lives and relationships of a novelist and his dysfunctional family.

    Lily Collins stars as the cynical, promiscuous daughter Samantha.

    The actress spoke about what attracted her to the role: “It’s a story about a family of writers who have found love in unexpected places – are either stuck in their situation in love, like my dad is still in love with my mum but they’ve divorced and my brother finds love for the first time and I don’t believe in love. So, it’s all these journeys of self-discovery going on while the family builds itself back up together. I thought the comedy aspect, the romance, thedrama, it all kind of came together in a way that wasn’t one over the other, or wasn’t just romance or just comedy.”

    The daughter of British musician Phil Collins, Lily Collins said she could relate to her character in many ways and drew parallels with her own family: “I have always had a family that has been quite spread out over the globe and my dad is known for doing what he’s done and I am somewhat going in a similar direction, but wanting to do so in my own way and in my own path and that is what Samantha does. She is also a writer like her dad, but she does so in a way that is how she wants to do it. I think it is important to stress how families are all over the place now anyway. There is no normal, the new normal is that there is no normal.”

    ‘Stuck in Love’ is a tale of love lost and found, all wrapped up in a complex family package. The film is out in the UK now.

  • ‘Blue Valentine’ is a story of love found and love lost.

    Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling star as Cindy and Dean, a young couple who fall in love, marry, and have a child. Over time, their relationship disintegrates.

  • Almost three years after the breakup of Westlife, former lead singer Markus Feehily is back with ‘Love Is A Drug’, the lead single from his upcoming debut album.

    He says it was inspired by some turbulent times in his personal life: “I think being in love, or if you fall in love with someone, it can drive you a bit crazy sometimes, and lots of people have said it, they can relate to it. It’s basically when you keep going back to somebody that you know is really bad for you. You know that the whole relationship or situation makes you feel like crap and you get really frustrated with yourself for going back but you still do it for whatever silly reason. And I think that reason is just love and love sending people a bit crazy,” he says.

    Musically, Feehily has a darker, more electronic sound than the Westlife style.

    “When I was writing melodies, I sung the way I felt natural singing and it’s all very soulful. There’s lots of gospel choir backing vocals and that’s because I love putting together backing vocals and coming up with backing vocals. It’s just all me, it’s exactly what happens when I go in the studio. It’s definitely darker. I love big, epic sounds,” says Feehily.

    Over their 14-year career, Westlife were a hugely popular boy band – especially at home in Ireland and in the UK – selling more than 50 million records worldwide.

    Markus Feehily’s single ‘Love Is A Drug’ is out now, ahead of his album scheduled for release in the autumn.