Second UK Trailer for Richard Curtis' Time Travel Comedy 'About Time'
"It's going to be a complicated year." "It's going to be a complicated life." A short and sweet and funny second UK trailer for yet another film I'm anxious to see this fall - Richard Curtis' About Time, the time travel romantic comedy starring Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy. While the other trailers we've seen so far seem to have a more straightforward narrative regarding the life of Tim, this one jumps in at the beginning of the relationship between Gleeson and McAdams. I'm very excited for this movie, something about Curtis' romantic charm mixed with time travel makes me ecstatic. This looks great!
Love doesn’t always go to plan, but imagine you had a way to redo all your mistakes? At the age of 21, Tim (Gleeson) is told an incredible family secret by his father - that all the men in his family have the ability to travel in time. He can relive any moment in his life to try things differently until he gets them just right.
About Time is both written & directed by acclaimed filmmaker Richard Curtis, who has only directed two films prior: Pirate Radio and the classic Love Actually; however he's written the screenplay for Notting Hill, Bridget Jones's Diary and War Horse, too. Universal Pictures currently has Richard Curtis' About Time scheduled to arrive in limited US theaters November 1st, after the UK release in September. Look good?
Stellar cast. Looks great.
DAVIDPD on Jul 30, 2013
Seems forever, isn't it time this came out?
97point6 on Jul 30, 2013
i like the weasley boy acting skills. looks delightful (british accent)!
dbamma on Jul 30, 2013
Cannot wait for this one!
maytheforce on Jul 30, 2013
I have seen nothing Curtis has written, but i have seen & loved pirate radio. This looks awesome. I can handle a good romantic comedy but love the time travel twist... Shaun of the dead
Sky on Jul 31, 2013
Rachel McAdams. Always the time traveler's partner, never the time traveler.
Nathania Johnson on Jul 31, 2013
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