The movie-makers behind The Time Travelers Wife and The House of Mevalee are back with another adventure movie!
The first installment, Time Traveling, is a thriller set in a world where time travel is an accepted and acceptable way of traveling.
The film is about a young woman (Sarah Shahi) who travels through time to the time of her father’s death in the 1940s, and ends up becoming the leader of a group of time travelers in the 20th century.
The time travelers live in a futuristic world where people from around the world have the ability to travel through time.
While there are no actual timelines, they can travel between different timelines.
The story is told through flashbacks and a cast of characters.
Shahi plays Sarah, a young mother of two who travels back in time to save her father, who was killed by the Nazis during World War II.
The plot of the film centers around Sarah’s attempts to save the life of her estranged father.
Sarah’s father was a scientist who worked on time travel.
Sarah is a woman who had an affair with an Italian scientist, and she decides to stop the time travel experiment and save her husband’s life.
The movie has been praised by critics and fans, and is being released by Universal Pictures on December 15.
We caught up with Shahi to find out more about her experience on set, what she thinks of the trailer, and what we can expect from her in the movie.
What was your experience like filming The Time Train?
We had some great days on set.
The script was written by Chris and was done in the style of a true science fiction thriller.
The world is a futuristic one, and we’re very aware of the time change and how things might change, so it was very realistic.
But it also had some sci-fi elements that made it feel real and grounded.
What I love about The Time Track is that it’s an old-school science fiction, so the way it was shot, the way the sets were set up, the music was really great.
The costumes were all made in the 80s and 90s, so I’m a big fan of those, and it was a lot of fun.
What’s the secret behind this movie?
We started out by asking Sarah what she wanted to accomplish in the future, and the answer was to get her father to go to Italy so that she could save his life.
And the only way that would happen is if she went back in to the past.
But what was really cool about the script was that it was written in the 70s and 80s, which means we’re looking back in history and looking back at people’s lives and their experiences and their reactions to things and their lives, and that’s what’s important.
So it’s about that time in history.
And that’s where the secret came from.
Was the script about the time you went to Italy?
No, but it was about the way she thought about that.
She was like, “Oh, yeah, I would’ve done it if it wasn’t for my father.”
I had never met her, so we had a very casual meeting.
So she asked me, “Would you ever go back to Italy and save my father’s life?”
And I was like no, because I was in the past, and so that was really nice of her to say.
How did you get on set with your cast?
The crew was really awesome.
We were all really into it, and there were a lot people from the original cast, and a lot more.
They were all kind of just like, Hey, I think we should work together on this movie, and I was really happy to be a part of it.
How were you able to work with the original crew?
I met the writers and producers of the movie, so they really encouraged me to work.
They told me to be more careful with what I was doing and just try to get in shape, because they didn’t want to be bothered about getting a lot off my back.
I just had to work hard to keep up with the schedule, and they were very supportive.
Was there any pressure on you to stay in shape?
It was really fun to be on set!
When I first got there, I had my trainer and my doctor.
I had a gym member, and then the other people on set were just a bunch of young kids and they had no idea what I’m doing.
I didn’t know any of them.
So when I got there and started doing the scenes, I knew that I had to go in there and do it.
It just felt really good to be able to be there.
Did you ever meet Benedict Cumberbatch on set?
Benedict and I have a very good relationship.
I’ve seen him several times before.
I really liked what he did with the character