Actually, it's not that big of a deal for me really because I think it's just becoming more normal for anything that's not a tentpole.This film never had another release date announced.I don't know if Audrey [Niffenegger, the author], if that was her intention or not.I'm not sure if she's spoken on that, but I think that's one of Robert's theories. Can you talk about waiting for this to finally come out?She believes they are destined to be together, even though she never knows when they will be separated: Henry is a time traveler-cursed with a rare genetic anomaly that causes him to live his life on a shifting timeline, skipping back and forth through his lifespan with no control.
Rachel dostała się do teatru na York University w Toronto i ukończyła studia z wyróżnieniem, otrzymując kanadyjski tytuł licencjata sztuk pięknych (BFA).If you’re a fan of Audrey Niffenegger’s novel “The Time Traveler’s Wife”, you’ve been waiting a long time to see director Robert Schwentke’s adaptation in movie theaters. releasing the film this weekend, the wait is finally over.So to help promote the film, I recently participated in a roundtable interview with the two stars of the film, Rachel Mc Adams and Eric Bana.During the interview they talked about making the film, why it took so long for the movie to get released, the challenges of making a time travel movie, and a lot more.Read or listen to the interview after the jump: As always, you can either read the transcript below or listen to the audio by clicking here.Question: If you could time travel where would you want to travel to? I think you always want to go somewhere that sounds more magical before you were born. Mc Adams: I had read the book a while before the film was made. I went to Plan B and they said, ‘This is a great book.