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Second Trailer for 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?' Arrives

November 14, 2009 (4:22 am) GMT
In the drama comedy film, estranged couple Paul Morgan and Meryl Morgan is taken into an unexpected situation by living together in a small town after witnessing a murder.
Second Trailer for 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?' Arrives

Another sneak peek at "" has been shared through a brand new trailer. Debuted on Friday, November 13, the more than two minute clip gives a preview to the story of an estranged couple, Paul Morgan and Meryl Morgan, who is forced to live together in small town Wyoming.

Paul and Meryl are a couple who finds their marriage to be a disaster. Though Paul still tries to patch everything up, his wife thinks she cannot stand to live with him any longer. Suddenly, their life is turned into something they never expect after they become witnesses to a murder.

Placed under a witness relocation program, they are forced to live together in Wyoming. Now while trying to get used to the life in the small town, they face situations which help them rekindle their romance.

The Morgan couple is played by "" star and "" actor . Marc Lawrence serves both as director and scriptwriter for the film, while Liz Glotzer teams up with Martin Shafer to produce the film. The romantic comedy movie is scheduled to be released in U.S. theaters on December 18.



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