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Anna Faris-Starrer 'FAQ About Time Travel' Welcomes International Trailer

March 3, 2009 (9:13 am) GMT
'Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel', the comedy movie which billed itself as 'Doctor Who meets Shaun of the Dead', has just got its U.K. trailer for viewing pleasure.

Entering a bar and meeting a woman who claims she comes from the future, three ordinary blokes are about to get into an adventure of a lifetime as seen in the brand new international trailer of "". With the running time of less than two minutes, the promo video presents snippets of what the three experience while they are caught in accidental time travels.

"FAQ About Time Travel" follows two geeks and a cynic as they fall into a series of accidental trips back and forth through time. Hoping to get a distraction from their ordinary life, Pete, Ray and Toby go to their local pub for an average night out. After Ray was approached by a woman from the future, Pete stumbles through a time leak and sees the future which shows that all of the people in the bar will be dead.

While trying to get the logical explanation to Pete's experience, the three soon find themselves traveling through time and avoiding multiple earlier versions of themselves while attempting to unravel the mystery of just who is trying to kill them and why. Starring , Marc Wootan, Dean Lennox Kelly and , the Gareth Carrivick-directed comedy will be released in the U.K. on April 24.

"Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel" U.K. Trailer:



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