SEATTLE – While it’s being billed as an action-adventure movie, The Legend of Tarzan is also a love story.

Tarzan, played by Alexander Skarsgård, risks everything to save his wife Jane from evil captors.

We asked the cast about the most romantic gestures they’ve ever orchestrated, in real life.

"I dropped out of college and moved to another continent because I felt that I was supposed to be with this woman for the rest of my life,” Skarsgård said. “And then we broke up two weeks later.”

Margot Robbie, who plays Jane, spent countless hours on her gesture.

"I literally haven't thought about this in so many years, but my first boyfriend, I remember on an anniversary or something, I drew kind of like a comic book,” she said. “It was a picture book of the first time we met - we met when we were younger - and just these little snapshots of everything. It took forever. I remember starting and thinking it was a great idea and then getting halfway through and thinking, ‘I'm never going to do this again, this takes so long!’"

Samuel L. Jackson, who plays George Washington Williams, said marriage was his greatest romantic gesture.

“That's romantic, isn't it?” he said. "Marriage is romantic, especially compared to what people do now. Which is just have babies and hang out.”

Djimon Hounsou traveled thousands of miles for his gesture.

"How about taking somebody all the way to the village in which you were born?" he said.

The Legend of Tarzan is rated PG-13 and opens in theaters July 1.