'In Time': L.A. Premiere Pics!
Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried
''Not to sound cliché, but I would spend everything on my mom. That was another reason why I related to this character so much. He loves his mom and spends his extra money on her and I would do the same thing.''—Timberlake
Writer/director Andrew Niccol and Olivia Wilde
''I would be so bad at this way of life. I would waste all my time worrying about how not to waste my time.''—Niccol
''When we were building this [movie] world and thinking about what the poorest people wouldn't have the luxury of doing, long meals kept popping in my head. Just sitting and having a cup of coffee would be something they could never do. I was like, 'Well, I wouldn't do well in that world.' I like to have three-hour meals and spend long stretches of time ruminating and sipping wine and reading and drinking coffee. I would die earlier than most because I would forget to reload my time while eating.... I like to savor.''
''I would definitely get some time with my family and the people I love and I'd save a little for some thrill-seeking too. Maybe some things I have put on the back burner like skydiving or bungee jumping.''
''Hopefully, if this was really what the future holds, I would spend all my free time on social reform. This would be no way to live. We already kind of live in a society that's like this. People born into poor families don't have a choice. They have to go to work at a young age. They have to help their family out and they often have more than one job and never go on vacation or go out to dinner.''
''If I had a lot of time, I would travel the world. If I had only a little, I would spend it with those I love.''
''Hiking. I couldn't give up eating. I like exercising outdoors. But it could work to my advantage. I would have to exercise really fast which would be a good workout. Running fits into the In Time lifestyle. But I like freedom and I like taking my time and that certainly would not fit the lifestyle. I also could not give up work. I love being on set. It is so fun. It's my favorite thing in life, making a movie. That's for sure.''