Time Travel in Five New Found Footage 'Project Almanac' TV Spots

January 2, 2015
Source: Paramount Pictures

Project Almanac

Now that it's actually 2015, we're going to get tons of talk about all that was on display in the future predicted by Back to the Future Part II (in fact, it's already out of hand if you go look around online). So how about we take a look at five TV spots for another time travel film that's only just getting released this year, even though it was slated for release in 2014. Project Almanac is a found footage time travel film that sees a group of teens building a time machine and using it for some fairly simplistic gain in their own lives. But soon they seen the major impact is has on the rest of the world. I caught the film last summer at Comic-Con, and while it's a fun sci-fi flick, I can't help but feel like it could have been a bit better. Watch?

Here's the five new TV spots for Dean Israelite's Project Almanac from Paramount Pictures:

You can still watch the latest trailer for Project Almanac right here.

A group of teens embark on an adventure when they discover secret plans to build a time machine. Project Almanac (formerly known as 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 releases Project Almanac in theaters on January 30th this month.

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time travel.... really??? ****YAWN**** it only works going forward... there is no past to go to... kids stuff....

nomad82 on Jan 2, 2015


Haha! Digging these sci-fi shorts. So much.

DAVIDPD on Jan 3, 2015

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