"Love Story" co-stars Ryan O'Neal and Ali McGraw opened up about reuniting for the national tour of Broadway's Love Letters, nearly 45 years after the release of their classic romance flick. Spoiler: Their chemistry as is strong as ever.
The pair who shot to fame in the 1970 weepie "Love Story" have reunited to play another star-crossed couple in Love Letters – after negotiating the ups and downs of the intervening years.
As Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal reunited on stage this week to continue their national tour of Love Letters, they were delighted that their original "Love Story" film director, Arthur Hiller, came to watch them perform.
Forty-five years since “Love Story” turned moviegoers into weepy messes and “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” became an international catchphrase, stars Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw have reunited as epistolary soulmates in A.R. Gurney’s two-hander Love Letters.
On Wednesday, Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal took to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts stage for Love Letters.
‘Love Story’ stars Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal reunite for the national tour of A.R. Gurney’s epistolary two-hander about a lifelong relationship.
You could counterfeit money, risking jail time, or you could cast the stars of one of the most profitable romances in movie history and hit the road with a perennially popular stage show.
In 1970, Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal starred in "Love Story:, the most talked about film of its day, most notably for its unhappy ending.
The ‘Love Story’ duo are reuniting for the play ‘Love Letters,’ which, according to producer Nelle Nugent, was inspired by the duo’s “chemistry” in a THR photo spread in 2014.