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New Trailer for The Theory of Everything

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Any film called The Theory Of Everything is aiming high but, fortunately, while it probably won't explain all the mysteries of life, it looks like it will be an excellent way to spend a couple of hours.

The second trailer for the Stephen Hawking biopic has emerged, and it follows a similar arc to the first one, with a few new scenes and lines thrown in for good measure. The movie focuses on his earlier years at Cambridge University, where he met his future wife Jane, and also received his diagnosis of motor neurone disease at the age of just 21.

Brit actor Eddie Redmayne looks to be perfectly cast as Hawking, while Felicity Jones plays Jane, who looks to be given virtually an equal role in the film.

The one downside is the lack of physics gags in there: we were Positive there'd be enough Space to fit some in.

The Theory Of Everything is in cinemas from 1 January

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