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26 September 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: 20th Century Fox

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All you beautiful young things out there rejoice, for there's a new collection of "digital postcards" online for Andrew Niccol's smart upcoming sci-fi thriller, In Time. No, we're not sure how "digital postcards" differ from posters either, but we're assuming it has something to do with the thoughtful little messages on each one.

The film stars Justin Timberlake as an ordinary Joe - OK, Will - in a world where everyone stops ageing at 25 but then spends the rest of their lives trying to earn enough extra time to keep themselves going. For the rich, however, it's a different story, as they enjoy virtual immortality and eternal youth. They're represented here by Victor Kartheiser's Philippe Weis and his daughter Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried).

Also starring Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde, Alex Pettyfer and Johnny Galecki, this looks set to be one of the smarter action films this year. It hits the UK on November 1.


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