New Trailer for THE VOW Starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum

     November 17, 2011

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A new trailer for the drama The Vow has been released. Based on a true story, the film stars Rachel McAdams as a woman who loses all her recent memory in a car crash, including that of her husband played by Channing Tatum. The film focuses on McAdams trying to get her life back, anchored by Tatum’s struggle to make her fall in love with him again. This trailer centers a bit more on the whole “courting” aspect of the film, and is a great deal less depressing than the first one which was basically McAdams giving Tatum the “I don’t know you, go away” face over and over again. McAdams is a talented actress, and I’m sure the movie will do big business on its Valentine’s Day release date, but I’m not really seeing much here to get the male moviegoers in the seats (at least willingly).

Direct by Michael Sucsy (Grey Gardens), the film also stars Sam Neil, Scott Speedman, and Jessica Lange. The Vow opens February 10th.

Here’s the trailer:

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