‘Like Crazy’ Featurettes: I Want You, Need You, Love You, Miss You

Published 3 years ago by , Updated October 2nd, 2012 at 9:56 am,

Like Crazy Starring Anton Yelchen and Felicity Jones Like Crazy Featurettes: I Want You, Need You, Love You, Miss You

One film that has been traveling the festival circuit and earning accolades, awards and major buzz all along the way is Like Crazy, a modern love tale about two separated lovers, said to feature great performances from young leads Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Fright Night) and Felicity Jones (The Tempest). Now that the film is starting to debut in limited release, we have four new promotional videos to share, which will give you a look at a film you will likely be hearing a lot more about in the coming months.

If you haven’t yet checked out the Like Crazy trailer, be sure to do that as well.


Check out this synopsis, which gives you a quick rundown of the plot of Like Crazy:

‘Like Crazy’ stars Felicity Jones as Anna, a British girl who comes to America to attend college. In Los Angeles she falls madly in love with fellow student Jacob (Anton Yelchin), who returns her affection absolutely. However, when she overstays her visa, the government kicks her out of the United States, forcing the lovebirds to maintain a long-distance relationship and overcome a number of problems to keep their relationship alive.

Now check out the new promotional videos for the film, which debuted exclusively over at MoviefoneApple, Fandango and EW. Two of the videos are embedded below, the rest you’ll have to access through the provided links.











If you like what you see, and are interested in checking out the film, head over to the Like Crazy official Website to find tickets and showtimes in your area.

Like Crazy is now playing in limited release.

Source: Paramount

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