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Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall in First Promising 'I Give It a Year' Trailer

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November 21, 2012
Source: Yahoo UK

I Give It a Year

It looks like there's a chance that Anna Faris might make a good romantic comedy. However, the star of The House Bunny won't be leading the film this time around as I Give It a Year follows Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids), Get Him to the Greek) and Rafe Spall (Prometheus, One Day) as a British couple dealing with the trails and tribulations that come with the first year of marriage. Stephen Merchant and Simon Baker also come along for this film from Working Title that looks like it could join the ranks of their other great romantic comedies including Notting Hill and the holiday worthy Love Actually. Watch the trailer!

Here's the first official trailer for Dan Mazer's I Give It a Year, originally from Yahoo UK:

Dan Mazer (who wrote Brüno and Borat) makes his feature directorial debut with I Give It A Year, which he also wrote himself. The romantic comedy from Working Title and Bridget Jones' Diary and Love Actually producers Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan lifts the veil on the realities, trials and tribulations of the first year of marriage for a British couple played by Rose Byrne (Insidious, Bridesmaids) and Rafe Spall (Prometheus, One Day, Shaun of the Dead). Anna Faris, Simon Baker, Minnie Driver and Stephen Merchant also star in the film headed to UK theaters on February 8th, but there's no US release date yet. How does it look?

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  • beevis
    the dialogue sold me - this looks very entertaining.
  • truong18
    charming
  • Thexn
    Great writing, well acted, and a common premise most of us can relate to. Sure looks like a winner to me. And that last scene really sold it for me.
  • Cody W
    Sooo Minnie Driver doesnt age then? Like wtf?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7YGEVuJ4mM Carpola
    Wouldn't be a British comedy without a wedding! Looks quite funny.
  • dom
    haha that was classic - could be the new four weddings and a funeral. Good british humour.

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