|01.12.2015 – Time travel in reality is not yet possible, but it has been made into a TV series or film in the past which is still the most interesting concept of all. In this fiction the narrative also explains its consequences which is the reason why not to mess with it.
“Project Alamanac” may sound like just another film about time travel and the effects of changing history. But you give this concept a closer look its something more than just an average film that uses time travel as its theme…
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With the Michael Bay-produced sci-fi film “Project Almanac” due in Philippine theaters on Feb. 4, Paramount Pictures has ramped up the promotional campaign with two new TV spots highlighting the thrills and danger of time-travel.
Catch the spots titled “Go Back” at:
See the second spot “Rules Grid” at:
In the film, a brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a mysterious device with limitless potential, inadvertently putting lives in danger. The youthful cast is composed of Jonny Weston (“Chasing Mavericks”), Sofia Black-D’Elia (TV's “Gossip Girl”), Sam Lerner (TV's “Suburgatory”), Allen Evangelista (TV's “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) and Ginny Gardner (TV's “Glee”).
Insurge Pictures presents in association with Michael Bay a Platinum Dunes Production “Project Almanac.” Executive Producers are Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, and Vicki Dee Rock. Produced by Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller, the film is written by Jason Harry Pagan & Andrew Deutschman. And this is directed by Dean Israelite.
“Project Almanac” opening across the Philippines on February 4, 2015 is distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.