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Rachel Mc Adams: I think there’s a definite choice being made between these two characters. But I think she genuinely means that this is the man she loves. Eric Bana: I love the fact that this story is a mixture of the things that usually makes people crazy—unrequited love mixed in with a couple that’s actually has a real and present love.
I’d never seen a story that brought those two aspects together.
In 2005, she starred in the romantic comedy Wedding Crashers, the psychological thriller Red Eye, and the comedy-drama The Family Stone.
She was hailed by the media as Hollywood's new "it girl", and received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Rising Star.
Cinema Spy: Do you think that Henry and Claire have a true and lasting love?
Does the movie give the audience any clues on how to make even the toughest relationship last? When Claire says in the middle of the movie that she doesn’t have a choice, I think she says it out of frustration. If she wasn’t with a man that had chromosomal displacement disorder, he might have some other kind of problem.
Like going back and seeing my parents fall in love or seeing them as children and how much fun that would be.
Rachel Mc Adams: It’s also the story that lends the chemistry or doesn’t.
The two seem an unlikely combo to bring a beloved romance from page to screen. The duo will grace screens nationwide on August 14 in the film adaptation of Audrey Niffenger’s bestseller (written by Ghost scribe Bruce Joel Rubin), The Time Traveler’s Wife.