In de science fiction found footage film Project Almanac zien we hoe een groep tieners een machine om door de tijd te reizen ontdekken en deze gebruiken voor hun eigen gewin. Alleen vergeten ze dat alles wat ze doen invloed heeft op de toekomst en daar voor moet er een prijs betaalt worden. De actrice Allen Evangelista die in de film is te zien had een interview met de website Collider en daarvan kan je hier onder een stukje lezen.
Tell us about the first time you read the script and your reaction to it.
EVANGELISTA: It was one of those things where I couldn't put it down. A lot of scripts you just read your parts and try to find your own character and I was up pretty late. I had to wake up early the next day I remember and I couldn't stop reading it, you know? And it's changed a lot since the very beginning, but the story's always been really cool. Like, if you had a time machine, what would you do with it? You're in high school, you want to be popular, do all these things, win money and have the best time ever, so I think it's pretty true. It's very grounded in that sense. It's true for a high school kid.
What would you do with that time machine?
EVANGELISTA: Oh man, I'd visit every concert imaginable, and - is it wrong to say money? Because money's always nice. I'd never complain, 'Hey, I have too much money!' So I wouldn't mind winning the lotto, a couple times. And I don't know, just see certain things. I wouldn't mind going to the future and seeing what we develop and all that stuff. I'd be more excited about that.