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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

What if you could go back and change a crucial event in your life – right a wrong, fix something that was broken?

Evan Treborn (ASHTON KUTCHER) has lost track of time. From an early age, crucial moments of his life have disappeared into a black hole of forgetting. His boyhood is marred by a series of terrifying events he can't remember. What remains is the ghost of memory and the broken lives around him - the lives of his childhood friends, Kayleigh (AMY SMART) Lenny (ELDEN HENSON) and Tommy (WILLIAM LEE SCOTT).

Throughout his childhood years, Evan is under the care of a psychologist who encourages him to keep a journal, detailing the events of Evan's day-to-day life. While in college, Evan reads from one of his journals and finds himself thrust violently back in time. He realizes that the notebooks he keeps under his bed are a vehicle by which he can return to the past and reclaim his memories. But these recollections of violent, terrifying events, leave Evan feeling responsible for the damaged lives of his friends, particularly that of his childhood sweetheart, Kayleigh.

Evan decides to do something about it. He purposefully travels back in time, his present-day mind occupying his childhood body, in an attempt to re-write history and spare his friends and loved ones these traumatic experiences. By altering the events of the past, Evan hopes to transform the present. But his odyssey is a painful one.

Every time Evan changes something in the past, he returns to the present to find that his actions have unexpected and disastrous consequences. Try as he might, he can't seem to

 

create a reality that allows everyone he cares about to live “happily ever after.”

The Butterfly Effect provides some chilling answers to the question “What if we had the power to travel back in time and alter our own personal history?” This challenging, roller coaster ride through inner-space is written and directed by J. Mackye Gruber and Eric Bress. The film is produced by Benderspink and FilmEngine. Producers are A.J. Dix, Chris Bender, Anthony Rhulen and J.C. Spink. The film's Executive Producers are Bill Shively, Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg. Dogwood Pictures' Lisa Richardson is co-producing.

Ashton Kutcher (“That ‘70's Show,” Dude Where's My Car ) stars in this provocative, psychological thriller. The Butterfly Effect , which Kutcher is also executive producing, marks an interesting departure for the actor, whose work to date has been predominately comedic.

Amy Smart ( Rat Race, Roadtrip , Scotland , PA) plays Kayleigh. Elden Henson ( The Mighty, She's All That, O ) portrays Lenny and William Lee Scott ( Pearl Harbor , Gone in Sixty Seconds, I.D.) plays Tommy. Eric Stoltz (Pulp Fiction, The Rules of Attraction, The House of Mirth)) is featured as Mr. Miller, Kayleigh and Tommy's father. Melora Walters (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Hard Eight) plays Evan's mother Andrea.

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1 On looking for a dramatic role
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2 On how he prepared for the role
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3 On the story
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4 On the role timing plays in our lives
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5 More on the character
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6 Challenges of such a diverse role
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