‘I Give It’ That’s Another UK Trailer For I Give It A Year

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Could Dan Mazer be UK’s answer to Judd Apatow? If we go by what we’ve seen In the new UK trailer for I Give It A Year the Borat/Bruno writer might just give his American Counterpart a run for his money. Ok that maybe a slight exaggeration I Give It A Year might has producers from likes of Love Actually, Bridget Jones Diary and Four Weddings And A Funeral films which have a big influence on this film but what makes this one slightly different from the typical Brit Rom Com’s is it’s edginess. Whilst it might not be gross out the new trailer has shown signs it might be a borderline with Stephen Merchant the main instigator of the humour, which this trailer has a few laughs but this is a ’12A’ Trailer less riskier than the first trailer.

I Give It A Year stars Rafe Spall ,Rose Byrne as newly wed couple who to friends and family look a mismatched couple with the film following the trails and tribulations that come with the first year of marriage. This looks a solid a comedy that’s doing it’s best to stay away from generic romcom which will make you cringe but also looks like they’ll be a  few belly laughs too especially the Justin Bieber joke!

I Give It A Year will be released on 8th February 2013 in UK&Ireland, co-starring Anna FarrisJason Flemyng ,Olivia Colman, Simon Baker and Jane Asher.

I Give It A Year is the hilarious new comedy from Working Title Films, the producers of Notting Hill and Bridget Jones’s Diary, and the writer of Borat.
Starting where other romantic comedies finish, I GIVE IT A YEAR lifts the veil on the realities of the first year of marriage, and stars Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids), Rafe Spall (One Day), Anna Faris (The Dictator) and Simon Baker (The Mentalist). 
Since they met at a party, ambitious high-flyer Nat (Byrne) and struggling novelist Josh (Spall) have been deliriously happy despite their differences. Josh is a thinker, Nat’s a doer..but the spark between them is undeniable.
Their wedding is a dream come true, but family, friends and even the minister who marries them aren’t convinced that they can last. Josh’s ex-girlfriend, Chloe (Faris), and Nat’s handsome American client Guy (Baker), could offer attractive alternatives.
With their first anniversary approaching, neither wants to be the first to give up, but will they make it?