Watch: Even More Cheesy Sweetness in Second Trailer for 'The Vow'

November 17, 2011
Source: MTV

The Vow

When the stars of two different Nicholas Sparks adaptations come together, you know there's going to be some cheesy romance coming your way. That's exactly how The Vow starring Rachel McAdams (The Notebook) and Channing Tatum (Dear John) will appeal to the masses, and the first trailer for the film effectively pulls at your heartstrings. Basically, it looks like a more dramatic and serious approach to 50 First Dates as a car accident causes a man's wife to forget about him entirely, forcing him to win her over again. It doesn't look half-bad for all those couples and hopeless romantics out there. See the trailer below!

Here's the second official trailer for Michael Sucsy's The Vow, originally via MTV:

A newlywed couple recovers from a car accident that puts the wife, Paige (Rachel McAdams), in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) attempts to win her heart again.

The Vow is directed by American filmmaker Michael Sucsy, an Emmy winning director behind the 2009 TV movie Grey Gardens previously. The script was co-written by Michael Sucsy, Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein (both writers of Never Been Kissed, He's Just Not That Into You previously). Screen Gems will be releasing The Vow in theaters everywhere on February 10th, 2012, Valentine's Day weekend, next year. Anyone?

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  • MovieKing
    when is kermit the frog going to show up and say its all a joke
    • Mr. Foe
      Heck, I'll say it: It's all a joke.
  • Some of the best acting I have ever seen.
  • MovieKing
    thank you Mr. Foe
  • Lawlawlawl
    Goddamnit hollywood is such a joke nowadays
  • Johnny
    From a marketing viewpoint, this is a great trailer.




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