Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall star as a married British couple facing temptation from Simon Baker and Anna Faris shortly after tying the knot
A new comedy from "Borat" and "Bruno" writer Dan Mazer is named after a common expression uttered when young couples rush into marriage too soon.
"I Give It a Year" follows a couple, played by Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall, who get married after just seven months of knowing one another, and every one around them thinks they're a little bit crazy for doing so.
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Simon Baker ("The Mentalist") and Anna Faris ("Scary Movie") appear in the British comedy as adulterous temptations, while Minnie Driver co-stars as Byrne's sister and Stephen Merchant turns terrible jokes into zingers as the groom's brother.
"Fornication," Merchant says to start off a wedding toast. "I'll read that again. For an occasion..like this."
Mazer's directorial debut exploring the trials and tribulations of marriage hits U.S. theaters Aug. 9. Watch the trailer, below: