Watch: Rachel McAdams & Channing Tatum in Sappy 'The Vow' Trailer
"How do you look at the girl you love and tell yourself it's time to walk away?" Oh boy this is a very sappy trailer, but it's made to hit a specific demographic, and it'll work very well. Apple has debuted the trailer for a new film called The Vow, a romantic drama starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum. The two play a newly wed couple, but when a car accident puts them both in the hospital, Paige (McAdams) wakes up from a coma without remembering who he is. Aw, how sad. I'm not going to comment on Tatum, but McAdams looks adorable as always. This won't be for everyone, but for those who want to see it, enjoy!
Watch the first official trailer for Michael Sucsy's The Vow:
You can also catch The Vow trailer in High Definition on Apple
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?
Oh geez, yeah total sapfest... butillprobablystillwatchitokaymaybenotlegallybecauseitsnotworthmymoneybutwhatever
fem!anon on Jun 3, 2011
Yeah, sappy, but I'll go anyways because I love McAdams. 🙂
CisforCinema on Jun 3, 2011
Looks like a well constructed tear-jerker. Why not? Between comic book heroes, vampires, and armies of never-ending sequels, there's more than enough room to please some, if not everyone. My wife and I would rather take a chance spending two hours with Rachel McAdams (albeit for different reasons) than ten minutes with most of the overblown crap that will be coming out this summer. Of course there's plenty of time to change one's mind. But for now, based on this trailer, we're game.
Anonymous on Jun 3, 2011
Might watch this only for Rachel McAdams when its online..
Davide Coppola on Jun 3, 2011
This trailer seems a little too far in advance for a valentines day release that everyone will forget.
Imthinking Tyler on Jun 3, 2011
I saw the second wedding in the trailer, boooo.
Chad on Jun 3, 2011
It's so hard to take Tatum seriously after all his dance and street fighting flicks. Should have just cast What's-his-face from the Note Book and be done with it 🙂 Still looks like a good watch.
Ells on Jun 3, 2011
Whoa buddy. Maybe a little respect for Ryan whats-his-face Gosling, eh? He's come a long way since that, lol.
Cracky on Jun 4, 2011
"Whats his face from the Note Book"?! Try "one of the best young actors hollywood has to offer! Have you seen "Half Nelson"? That car crash was way to weak to have caused that kind of injuries, just saying 😛
Anonymous on Jun 4, 2011
Or 'Blue Valentine'. Gosling is fantastic in anything. I do agree with the comments on Tatum, though. Wholeheartedly.
Anonymous on Jun 4, 2011
This movie is terribly familiar....Brain damage, must make spouse fall in love again...oh yeah, Regarding Henry. See that film instead. That being said i am in love with McAdams so i will likely watch this anyway....in the same capacity as 'fem!anon'
Rodion on Jun 4, 2011
O fuck thats dramatic and cheesy, added to watch list.
shehab attia on Jun 4, 2011
I'd rather go see Charlie Sheen's stand-up than watch Channing Tatum try to act...
Cruzer on Jun 5, 2011
what people need to know is that this is based on a true story. THAT sappiness is real life. Now...go see the movie and think about what it would be like if this was YOUR life. kj
Guest on Jun 7, 2011
Why can't the casting directors see what everyone else knows already, this isn't an evenly matched cast in terms of "acting ability." The dude doesn't have the romantic range
Geoff Talbot on Jun 9, 2011
i posted this on my blog and in two days it got over 400 notes
Everything About Movies on Jun 10, 2011
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