Watch: First US Trailer for British Romantic Comedy 'I Give It a Year'
We've already seen a couple of trailers from across the pond for the British romantic comedy I Give It a Year, the directorial debut of Brüno and Borat writer Dan Mazer, which he also wrote himself. Now the film is poised to debut in the United States later this summer, and a new trailer has arrived. Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids) and Rafe Spall (Prometheus) play an unlikely couple who are inexplicably happy, embarking on a new chapter of their life by getting married. But their friends and family don't think it will last, and their exes, played by Anna Faris and Simon Baker, might make their predictions come true.
Here's the new US trailer for Dan Mazer's I Give It a Year, originally from Apple:
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 iTunes on July 3rd and hits theaters later this summer on August 9th. Look good?
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
Rose Byrne is gorgeous!
nate on Jun 18, 2013
this movie was freaking hilarious
me on Jun 18, 2013
anyone know the name of the song that the trailer uses towards the end?
thefourgun on Jun 18, 2013
Love Rose Byrne. She's beginning to gain some ground on Beckinsale, Wilde, and McAdams on my list. I saw this movie not too long ago. Preview is much funnier than the film itself which tends to get lost and meander a bit too much. Overall though the story is funny and each character is funny in its own way so it holds together well enough to pass as a memorable rom-com. Plus as I mentioned it has Rose Byrne in it.
UrAllThumb on Jun 18, 2013
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