Exclusive Pics From Justin Timberlake's 'In Time' Trailer!

What makes a futuristic film starring Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Cillian Murphy, Alex Pettyfer, and Olivia Wilde even hotter? Thanks to Colleen Atwood—the brilliant costume designer behind Chicago, Little Women, and all of Tim Burton’s most iconic movies (Ed Wood, Alice In Wonderland, and Edward Scissorhands just to name a few)—the stunning clothing can. In Time is a thriller taking place in the near future where no one ages past 25 and the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. When Will Salas (played by a close-cropped J.T.) illegally gets access to a surplus of minutes, he—and a very scantily clad Amanda Seyfried—decides to destroy the corrupt system. Still with us? Good, because thrown into the mix is an arresting array of gorgeous costumes that call to mind Bladerunner, The Fifth Element, and Gattaca —which Colleen Atwood also designed—you’ve got a bonafide fashion fave. Not only does the movie look like an edge-of-your-seat thriller, but also with the endless eye-candy—and a blink and you’ll miss it cameo by model Sasha Pivovarova—we highly recommend you check out our exclusive pics now before the flick hits theaters this October.
Photos, courtesy of 20th Century Fox.

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