It's only been four years since Rachel McAdams played the wife of a time traveling Eric Bana in "The Time Traveler's Wife." In the upcoming British romantic comedy, "About Time," McAdams charms another man, played by "Harry Potter's" Domhnall Gleeson, who uses time traveling to make less mistakes and to seem more charming. Bill Nighy stars as Gleeson's father, who informs him about his unusual genetic inheritance.
Directed by "Love Actually's" Richard Curtis, "About Time" debuts September 6 in the U.K. and November 1st in the U.S.
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