The first trailer for What If, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver, has been released. Watch the first footage of Radcliffe and Kazan as they attempt to develop a relationship despite Zoe’s character having a boyfriend.
What If premiered at TIFF last year under the original title, The F Word, and received some buzz during the film festival. The film also features Adam Driver, who recently signed on for a role in Star Wars: Episode VII and looks to be Radcliffe’s best friend in the film. Watch the first trailer for What If below:
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