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Drew Barrymore's 'Going the Distance' Debuts New Trailer

August 24, 2010 (3:51 am) GMT
Still focusing on the long-distance relationship of Barrymore and Justin Long, the video also inserts more scenes featuring other actors.
Drew Barrymore's 'Going the Distance' Debuts New Trailer

Less than two weeks from its U.S. release, "" drops another trailer. Making its way out via Yahoo! Movies, the video follows 's Erin and 's Garrett who maintain a long-distance relationship. The fresh trailer additionally has more scenes featuring other characters talking.

Erin and Garrett meet in New York while Erin is on assignment there over the summer. After dating for six weeks and the assignment ends, Erin has to return to her San Francisco home. But the two discover the relationship has evolved into something more than a mere summer fling.

Refused to be separated by distance, Erin and Garrett use their cell phones to stay communicating. More troubles come from their overprotective relatives and a few unexpected temptations. In the meantime, the big breaks they've been hoping for could break them up for good...unless their love can truly go the distance.

Supporting the cast ensemble of "Going the Distance" are , , and many more. Nanette Burstein directs the romantic comedy with the script provided by Geoff LaTulippe. The film has been premiered in London on August 19 and will open wide in U.S. theaters on September 3.



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