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Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris Re-Team for TMI

Both Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris should be familiar with each other by now (and you should be familiar with them as an on-screen duo), as they've starred opposite one another in two pretty underrated comedies: Just Friends and Waiting. If anything came from those movies it was the fact that both Reynolds and Faris have terrific chemistry together, which is automatically a good thing for their next project: the just-announced comedy TMI.

 
Now, if you've been around anyone who's fond of annoying abbreviations (i.e.: OMG, LOL), then you already know that TMI stands for Too Much Information. And, as such, that seems to be the premise for the film, which Variety says follows a relationship that becomes problematic when too much information is revealed…or something like that. Honestly, it's not very clear what this flick is about, but I completely trust Reynolds and Faris when it comes to comedy (especially when they're working off each other in the same movie), and so I'm definitely anticipating this one.
 
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