Justin Timberlake goes the Jason Bourne route in "In Time." Oh, and his mom is Olivia Wilde.
Let me explain. We're in the future, which looks to be sometime in 2050 or something. It's vague. it's also a future in which no one ages past 25.
Sound good? If you're rich. See, you can buy time on your life, so you can live forever and look hot at 25. Unless you're poor like Justin Timberlake's character. Then you, well, die. Having your life timeline etched out on your arm is a constant, sad reminder. The working title for this was "I'm.Mortal.," which makes us grateful that there are things such as "working titles."
Other take-aways from the just-released "In Time" trailer.
1. It actually took this long for someone to cast "Mad Men's" unscrupulously douchey Pete Campbell (Vince Kartheiser) as an unscrupulously douchey movie villain?