Rachel McAdams is the Time Traveller’s Wife

Rachel McAdams is easily one of the most distractingly attractive women in Hollywood today. This is not only her physical looks, but her personality as well. Shes proven herself with strong roles in Mean Girls, The Notebook and Wedding Crashers. (I still prefer her as a brunette) and she is not slowing down.

CinemaFusion gives us:

Rachel McAdams will be joining the ranks of the Time Traveler’s Wife, a film based on the 2003 novel by Audrey Niffenegger, according to Coming Soon. The movie will be penned by screenwriter Jeremy Leven (The Notebook) and the studios are in talks with a few directors, but haven’t come to a decision yet.

The movie “is the story of Clare, a beautiful art student, and Henry, an adventuresome librarian, who have known each other since Clare was six and Henry was thirty-six, and were married when Clare was twenty-three and Henry thirty-one. Impossible but true, because Henry is one of the first people diagnosed with Chrono-Displacement Disorder: periodically his genetic clock resets and he finds himself misplaced in time, pulled to moments of emotional gravity in his life, past and future. His disappearances are spontaneous, his experiences unpredictable, alternately harrowing and amusing.”

I like that McAdams is taking on interesting projects. This sounds just like the type of movie I would like to see.

No word yet on who her co-star will be. Of course many of the news sites are already hoping for Ryan Gosling, which I agree would be a good pick. The boy can act, and they clearly have great chemistry.

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25 thoughts on “Rachel McAdams is the Time Traveller’s Wife

  1. i really hope that Ryan Gosling will be in the film with her…everybody would just love seeing the two of them share the big screen once again…

  2. Did you actually SEE the Butterfly Effect?

    That movie was nothing like this one. The only common thread was that he timetravelled. Thats all. He changed time to try and “fix” things. This is about a girl who marries a guy who she knew as an adult when she was a kid.

    If that is your criteria, then this movie is just like “The Time Machine” and “Back to the Future” or “Timeline”

  3. She’s very beautiful. However, this movie sounds like a copy of the quite bad movie “The Butterfly effect”.

  4. Her varied roles in films over the years is inspiring and thankfully (for her) rewarding (for us too, in a way! AHEM! :D ). I wish Ms. McAdams continued success (Mr. Gosling too, as he’s a fellow Londoner).

    This film/book seems to have an interesting twist to the story of time travel, and since that’s something that interests me in general, I’ll be there. Can’t wait to see it, and the other diverse projects these young Canadians keep going for.

  5. Let me clarify:

    1) I was hoping she’d be in Iron Man.

    2) Leven did not direct Notebook. That was my error. It was Nick Cassavetes. But Leven is a very, very good dramatic writer, hands down. I’m also very interested in “Real Steel” which he wrote as well, but I think that may be on hold due to Jonathan Mostow prepping ‘Namor’, whichever comes first.

    3) I would not mind at all if Cassavetes returned either.

  6. It would be great if there was more of a ‘Notebook’ reunion of sorts (a very touching and underrated film) but y’know something? Ryan Gosling or no Ryan Gosling, Miss McAdams is there, It’s Levin’s new picture.

    That’s all I need to know.

    McAdams can do comedy, drama thriller (Red Eye)…now she’s doin’ some romance with a sci-fi twist. Say amen, brotha. Downside? Well, I *was* kind of hoping she’d be called to play a girl named Pepper Potts, but this kind of rules her out. That is the only downside.

  7. I completely agree. She’s not only a great and beautiful talent but she’s taking some risks with her career, much as her partner in crime Ryan Gosling. Talk about a talented duo.

  8. it’s weird for me to say “she is hot” because i used to live right down the street from her. i went to high school with her sister. rachel didn’t really know me but her sister i thought was pretty good looking. but it’s weird because i still can’t believe somebody made it in the “big-time” from our little town. she’s still that older chick across the road to me…

  9. Fantastic, fantastic book. The characters of Clare and Henry really struck a chord with me. So much so, in fact, that I can’t bring myself to read the book a second time. And that’s a point in the book’s favor, not against.

    I will see the movie though. I’m interested to see how they transfer it to film.

  10. She is ASTOUNDINGLY beautiful. I think she would be a great pick for Clare. The book is magnificent – hope they do it justice

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