When pilot Adam Reed (Ryan Reynolds) ends up 28 years in the past to find his wife Laura (Zoe Saldaña), he teams up with his younger self (Walker Scobel) in order to save the future. Get ready for a futuristic and emotional adventure from director Shawn Levy. (Out now!)
LEVY: Everyone came to it for different reasons, but it was something that felt true to them personally. I thought, “What if you could revisit your own history and maybe have a chance at making peace with it?”
REYNOLDS: There’s a line in there that is from my real life, which is that “boys always come back for their mamas.” That was very true when my dad passed away. I’m one of four boys, and it was just this circling the wagons around my mom.
REYNOLDS: I think Shawn [Levy] does something unique—and it’s the reason I want to do every movie I could ever do with him. Spielberg does it, too. You’re in the theater watching the movie while you’re making it.
LEVY: This movie is everything I love because it’s got this big wish-fulfillment premise, but it’s also an actor’s piece. Everyone got meat on the bone to play with. There’s a mixture of spectacle and fantasy and comedy and, above all, heart.
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