The first clip from the film has now surfaced over at The Playlist, ahead of its Toronto International Film Festival world premiere on Monday.
I must confess that I’m yet to see any of Linden’s previous films, so I’m not sure exactly what to expect from him, though the McG-directed We Are Marshall is one that I can imagine I’d really enjoy but am yet to get around to watching.
Ten Year sees him making his directorial debut, and he’s put together a really great cast, mixing some of the people he’s worked with on the last two films he’s written and produced as well as bringing in a number of great new faces too. From Dear John, we get Channing Tatum and Scott Porter, and from We Are Marshall, we get Anthony Mackie, Kate Mara, and Brian Geraghty. And new to the mix, we get Rosario Dawson, Justin Long, Ron Livingstone, Lucy Hale, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Chris Pratt, Oscar Isaac, and Aaron Yoo. A pretty decent ensemble cast.
“Inspired by his own high school reunion, Jamie Linden’s TEN YEAR is a generational ensemble dramedy that focuses on a group of friends as they return home on the night of their high school reunion leading them all to ponder what their own lives have become and perhaps what might have been. The film’s ensemble includes: Lynn Collins, Rosario Dawson, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Brian Geraghty, Ari Graynor, Oscar Isaac, Ron Livingston, Justin Long, Anthony Mackie, Kate Mara, Max Minghella, Aubrey Plaza, Scott Porter, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, and Aaron Yoo.”
This first clip sees Channing Tatum, who makes his producing feature debut with this film, with his friends eyeing his ex-girlfriend (Dawson) from afar, just before they all head into the reunion. Judging by the first picture and this first clip, there’s clearly some connection that still exists between the pair, and it has me intrigued to see what it is. No release date yet for the UK, but it’s coming out on 30th December this year in the States, so hopefully we’ll be getting it early in the new year. Without further ado, here’s the first clip from the film.