Time Travel Found Footage Movie 'Project Almanac' Trailer + Poster

November 18, 2014
Source: YouTube

Project Almanac

Today is better the second time around. If only everyone could time travel… Paramount has debuted the latest trailer for Project Almanac, the kick ass found footage time travel film that feels like an as-good-as follow-up to Chronicle. This time, a group of high school kids invent a time travel device and start to use it for their own desires. This film was once called Welcome to Yesterday and we ran the trailer a year ago when it was set for release in 2014, but it has since been rescheduled for early 2015. I saw the movie at Comic-Con 2014 and really enjoyed it (my full review). I recommend it especially if you're a sci-fi geek who loves anything with time travel (they even joke about Looper in the movie). So fire up the new trailer below.

Here's the newest trailer for Dean Israelite's Project Almanac, in full on YouTube (via HeyUGuys):

And here's the new poster for Project Almanac finally being released January, in full via IMPAwards:

Project Almanac Poster

Plot synopsis: A group of teens embark on an adventure when they discover secret plans to build a time machine. Welcome to Yesterday is directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Dean Israelite (of a number of shorts previously), from a screenplay by Jason Pagan & Andrew Stark (both now on Paranormal Activity 5). The film was produced by Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes for Paramount's Insurge Pictures label. After originally setting an early 2014 release date with the title Welcome to Yesterday, the film was pushed back until 2015 even though it still premiered a secret screening at Comic-Con 2014. Paramount/Insurge will release Project Almanac in theaters everywhere starting January 30th, 2015 early next year. Are you in?

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For a teen found footage movie, this looks surprisingly decent.

Aj Meadows on Nov 18, 2014


yea wow, Im as tired of found footage as everyone else but this looks like it could be a surprise hit like Chronicle.

Jon Odishaw on Nov 18, 2014


only if your hitting a bong while watching - this movie has 0 credibility - my dad made a time machine - woo woo woo .. i aint buying it - at least Chronicle was based around boys getting powers from an unknown entity... this is just an insult to human intelligence...

shane willett on Nov 18, 2014


Its Michael Bay. U get what u pay for 🙂

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 18, 2014


Another Chronicle rip off - seriously no matter what they try and make us think -high schoolers are not that smart... they have rainbow parties and shoot each other.. they ain't makin' a time machine..

shane willett on Nov 18, 2014


Was about to say. Totally chronicle and who can forget the Butterfly effect in which case id like to go back in time and punch the casting director who hired Kutcher for that movie 😉

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 18, 2014


So this movie should be called The Butterfly Chronicle? 😛

MLTC on Nov 18, 2014


^^Drops the mic

Why? on Nov 19, 2014


It's the end of the universe based on the Sliders TV show aaaaGGGHHHH!!

Carpola on Nov 18, 2014


I seriously hate the 'found footage' gimmick. Unfortunately the plot looks good.

CoosCoos on Nov 18, 2014


Looks cool. Happy to see this.

DAVIDPD on Nov 18, 2014


I don't know. Looks all right.

Nielsen700 on Nov 18, 2014

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