Time travel is real in the first trailer for 57 Seconds, starring Morgan Freeman and Josh Hutcherson.
Josh Hutcherson AND Morgan Freeman learn to travel in time in the first trailer 57 seconds. Highland Film Group’s upcoming sci-fi adventure filmed by Rusty Cundiff (Tales from the hood) and will hit theaters in September.
Time travel has always been an interesting topic to explore in films and TV shows and has always been present in mainstream and independent projects. But the coolest thing about Candiff’s new movie is that time travel is limited to 57 seconds, so what could actually change in that short amount of time? Seems like a lot.
Here is the official synopsis and trailer:
Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games) and Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman (Million Dollar Baby) star in this heartbreaking action thriller. When a tech blogger discovers a time-changing device, he unleashes its power to rewrite the past and exact revenge on the ruthless corporate empire that destroyed his family. But his actions soon set off a terrible chain of events, pushing him into a heartbreaking battle for survival where every second counts.”
The furious return of Josh Hutcherson with 57 seconds AND FNAF
Star The Hunger Games he was one of the most popular young stars of his generation and even as he grew older he got the chance to become a very successful actor by taking part in some interesting projects such as the famous saga featuring Jennifer Lawrence.
But he’s been absent from the film industry for the last couple of years and has finally made a triumphant return to the big screen in a highly anticipated project. In addition to joining Morgan Freeman in 57 secondsHutcherson to star in film adaptation soon Five Nights at Freddy’sone of the most popular horror video games of all time.
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