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Los Angeles, 5 February 2013

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Duhamel/Actor:

"The easy answer is home with people that I love and people that I feel most comfortable with and, you know that would be my wife, my family. My closest friends."

Julianne Hough/Actress:

"Same. My whole family which happen to be here tonight. It's very exciting."

Duhamel:

"She brought her safe haven with her. So her safe haven is right here on the red carpet."

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nichols Sparks/Author, Producer:

"Home, right? I've got a wife, I've got five kids, I've got six dogs. That's where I go. It's very (laughs) peaceful is probably not the right word but it's my safe haven."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Lasse Hallstrom/Director:

"Probably in the lap of Lena, my wife, sitting on that lap. That's my safe haven."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Gavin DeGraw/Recording Artist:

"The bathtub. The bathtub is my quiet time, it's my cave. The bathtub is where I hibernate. That's where I get my quiet time.

(Reporter: How often do you do that?)

"A couple times a day if need be. Sometimes I need to lock myself away, come up with some song ideas. But it's hard to write them down when your fingers get prune-y. Yes."

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Colbie Caillat/Recording Artist:

"Being home, being at my house with my dogs. I have a canopy bed, it's like my cave, like literally. I close all the curtains and I am just literally in my little safe haven for real. I just like to close off from the world."

DeGraw:

"Canopy haven?"

Caillat:

"Canopy haven. Yeah. I like it."

6. SOUNDBITE (English) David Lyons/Actor:

"I think probably surfing, the ocean out there alone with your thoughts. That kind of stuff."

(Reporter: Why surfing?)

Lyons:

"I think it's the closest that I've got to meditation. It's that beautiful symbolic aspect of just you and nature. It's just getting back to all the elements."

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Mimi Kirkland/Actress:

"My safe place is my house in Raleigh, North Carolina. I feel so safe there."

(Reporter: What do you love about it?)

Kirkland:

"It's just so calm and it sometimes, it's just so calm and peaceful there. You can just sit back and watch TV or something."

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Noah Lomax/Actor:

"I like to go to probably in the movie I like to go fishing, but during 'Safe Haven' I like to go when we are not shooting scenes, I like to go and hang out with friends and family."

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Los Angeles, 5 February 2013

9. Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough posing for photographers

10. Derek Hough (Julianne Hough's brother) speaks to reporter

11. Nicholas Sparks and his wife Cathy Sparks pose for photographers

12. Director Lasse Hallstrom speaks to reporter

13. Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat pose for photographers

14. Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw speak to a reporter

15. David Lyons speaks to reporter

16. Mimi Kirkland speaks to reporter

17. Noah Lomax poses with his family for a picture

18. Camera cutaway

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19. Behind the scenes b-roll: "Safe Haven"

20. Behind the scenes b-roll: "Safe Haven"

21. Film clip: "Safe Haven"

22. Trailer excerpt: "Safe Haven"

STARS HAVE SAFE HAVENS TOO

Just like everyone else, celebrities have their own little safe havens-- a place where they feel protected from harm or danger.

The cast of best-selling author Nicholas Sparks' latest feature film, "Safe Haven," revealed where they like to hide from the rest of the world and just relax.

Josh Duhamel, the movie's co-star is married to Black-Eyed-Peas pop diva Fergie. They like to spend quality time alone.

"The easy answer is home with people that I love and people that I feel most comfortable with and, you know that would be my wife, my family. My closest friends," said Duhamel.

Julianne Hough, his on screen romantic co-star agreed. "Same. My whole family which happen to be here tonight. It's very exciting."

The famed author of stories such as "The Notebook," "Last Song," and "Dear John," revealed he too has a safe haven.

"Home, right?" answered Nicholas Sparks. "I've got a wife, I've got five kids, I've got six dogs. That's where I go. It's very (laughs) peaceful is probably not the right word but it's my safe haven."

The movie's director, Lasse Hallstrom has three Oscar nominations. His wife Lena Olin has also been nominated for an Oscar. Yet, their safe haven is in the privacy of their home in New York.

"Probably in the lap of Lena, my wife, sitting on that lap. That's my safe haven," giggled Hallstrom.

Recording artist Gavin DeGraw also likes to stay home, but was more specific about the location of his safe haven.

"The bathtub," said DeGraw. "The bathtub is my quiet time, it's my cave. The bathtub is where I hibernate. That's where I get my quiet time."

Fellow songwriter Colbie Caillat also enjoys staying home.

"Being home, being at my house with my dogs," said Caillat. "I have a canopy bed, it's like my cave, like literally. I close all the curtains and I am just literally in my little safe haven for real. I just like to close off from the world."

Actor David Lyons enjoys peace and quiet in nature.

"I think probably surfing, the ocean out there alone with your thoughts. That kind of stuff," said Lyons.

"Safe Haven," opens in U. S. theatres February 14th.

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