Take a peek into 'Seventeen Again', the Matthew Perry and Zac Efron-starring movie about a 37-year-old man who gets another chance to rewrite his life by turning 17 again.
"17 Again", the comedy movie about a second chance in life, has just got its first trailer. Giving a background story to the miserable life of 37-year-old Mike, the video shares glimpses into the event that turns Mike's life to the extent that he never imagines could be happening. Most of the footage outed in the trailer focuses on the time Mike has turned back into his 17-year-old self again.
As a 17-year-old, Mike O'Donnell seems to have it all. He is a star athlete in his high school and gets a college scholarship. Still, rather than going to the college, he chooses to marry his high school sweetheart, Scarlett. After twenty years though, Mike realizes that his life doesn't turn out the way he imagines. He separated from his wife, his kids ignore him, and his career is going nowhere. However, he is about to take an unimaginable twist of fate.
Starring Matthew Perry and Zac Efron as both older and younger Mike, "Seventeen" is a New Line Cinema comedy directed by Burr Steers and supported by Leslie Mann and Michelle Trachtenberg. Scripted by Jason Filardi, the film follows Mike as he becomes 17 again and figures out what is really important in his life. The movie produced by Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot will come out in the U.S. on April 17, 2009.
"Seventeen Again" Trailer: