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First Trailer for Comedy 'Entanglement' Starring Thomas Middleditch

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December 20, 2017
Source: YouTube

Entanglement Trailer

"Every choice we make creates thousands of universes, spreading throughout time and space…" Dark Star Pictures has released the official trailer for an indie "alternative" romantic comedy titled Entanglement, from filmmaker Jason James. The film first premiered at the Seattle Film Festival and stars up-and-coming awkward actor Thomas Middleditch and the talented Jess Weixler (from Teeth). The story follows Middleditch as Ben, a man who accidentally falls in love with a girl who was very nearly, almost his sister while recovering from a suicide attempt. Then things get weird. The full cast includes Diana Bang, Randal Edwards, Marilyn Norry, Eric Keenleyside, and Nicole LaPlaca. This looks like one of those ideally quintessential indie films with all the right romantic touches and existential questions, and I want to see it.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Jason James' Entanglement, direct from YouTube:

Entanglement Poster

While searching for the meaning of his existence, Ben Layten (Thomas Middleditch) uncovers a family secret that leads him to a woman named Hanna (Jess Weixler)… But when he and Hanna inadvertently fall in love, his life becomes increasingly and strangely complicated. Ben starts to realize that everything is amazingly and incredibly connected - and that the world might just be more inexplicable than he ever imagined. Entanglement is directed by Canadian filmmaker Jason James, of the indie film That Burning Feeling previously and producer work. The screenplay is written by Jason Filiatrault. This first premiered at the Seattle Film Festival earlier this year. Dark Star Pictures will release Jason James' Entanglement in select theaters + on VOD starting February 9th, 2018 next year. Who's interested in this film? Thoughts?

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Reader Feedback - 8 Comments

1

Maybe.

Carpola on Dec 20, 2017

2

I thought this was cerebral and interesting until the last soundbite of "EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON" which is the MOST cliched cope out of dealing with ANYTHING. Sometimes stuff just happens folks. Good stuff, bad stuff, there's no ultimate purpose other than it's a circumstance of a decision or simply nothing at all. Can we start a movement against this ridiculous saying?! IT'S BS!

THE_RAW_ on Dec 20, 2017

3

Middleditch's acting style is strange. It is perfect for the role of "Richard" on SILICON VALLEY, but in other roles it just is off-putting.

DAVIDPD on Dec 20, 2017

4

Seriously? You want to see this for "quantum entanglement"? You found this a cool way to showcase the topic of quantum entanglement? Wow. You must have really low standards.

boball on Dec 20, 2017

5

Maybe you need to stick with Einstein...

kitano0 on Dec 22, 2017

6

Was this written by some high school kids? Maybe worse. A high schooler could come up with material far more interesting to showcase "quantum entanglement" in people's lives (duh).

boball on Dec 20, 2017

7

There are some good shots in there. Looks like a light category, but might be appealing at some point just for relaxation ...

shiboleth on Dec 21, 2017

8

Looks "cute", but in a pleasant way...

kitano0 on Dec 22, 2017

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