‘The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things’ Trailer: Kathryn Newton Is Trapped In A Teen Version Of ‘Groundhog Day’

It’s been one hit movie after another for rising star Kathryn Newton. From Detective Pikachu to Blockers to Blumhouse’s horror-comedy Freaky, she’s on quite a roll and it will only get better thanks to her upcoming role in Ant-Man 3. Before that, Newton will be seen in Amazon’s time-loop rom-com with the funny name, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things.

Newton stars alongside Kyle Allen in the film by Sierra Burgess is a Loser director, Ian Samuels. Based on a short story by screenwriter Lev Grossman, it sounds a bit similar to Hulu’s smash hit, Palm Springs, and centers on two young love birds caught in a time-loop and must decide whether to leave it.

Also in the cast are Al Madrigal, Josh Hamilton, Jermaine Harris, Cleo Fraser, Anna Mikami, and Jorja Fox.

Amazon Prime Video will release The Map of Tiny Perfect Things on February 12th.

The film tells the story of quick-witted teen Mark, contentedly living the same day in an endless loop whose world is turned upside-down when he meets mysterious Margaret also stuck in the time loop. Mark and Margaret form a magnetic partnership, setting out to find all the tiny things that make that one day perfect. What follows is a love story with a fantastical twist, as the two struggle to figure out how – and whether – to escape their never-ending day.


Travis Hopson
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