First Trailer for Mystery Film 'Come and Find Me' Starring Aaron Paul
"You're a million miles away, and I can't bring you back." Saban Films has released the first teaser trailer for an indie drama titled Come and Find Me, a mysterious thriller about a missing woman. Aaron Paul stars, along with Annabelle Wallis, Garret Dillahunt, Valerie Tian, Zachary Knighton and Terry Chen. When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be. This looks like an intriguing mystery thriller, with some action kicking in at the end of this trailer. It reminds me a bit of The Vanishing, but hopefully there's some unique twists to this. I'm intrigued by this trailer, though not totally sold on it yet - but I'm certainly curious. Give it a look below.
Here's the first teaser trailer for Zack Whedon's Come and Find Me, direct from YouTube:
David (Aaron Paul) and Claire’s (Annabelle Wallis) idyllic relationship comes to an abrupt and mysterious end after Claire disappears without a trace. Devastated but incapable of letting go, David follows her trail down a frantic and increasingly dangerous path. Shocked at discovering Claire was living a double life, he’s forced to risk everything if he ever wants to see her again. Come and Find Me is directed by American filmmaker Zack Whedon, originally an assistant turned story editor ("Southland") turned writer ("Halt and Catch Fire") turned filmmaker, making his feature directorial debut. Saban Films will release Come and Find Me in limited theaters + on VOD starting November 11th this fall. Anyone interested in seeing this?
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
I know Paul must want to shed his BREAKING BAD rap, but he needs to start focusing on something good. I would hate to think he goes out on only giving us Jesse.
DAVIDPD on Oct 24, 2016
Carpola on Oct 24, 2016
Aaron Paul!!! hahahahahaha!!!!
CyraNOSE on Oct 25, 2016
Where are you??? Bitch.
checkingthetable.com on Oct 25, 2016
Twists in films have become a sign for the lack of inventiveness. So, this better be at least a good standard thriller. Which I am not sure about ...
shiboleth on Oct 25, 2016
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