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’Come and Find Me’ Trailer: Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis Go ‘Gone Girl’ in Indie Thriller

The film follows a man who searches for the love of his life after she abruptly disappears and discovers she has been leading a double life.

Come and Find Me

“Come and Find Me”

Saban Films

Though Aaron Paul has been busy working on two TV shows — Netflix’s “BoJack Horseman” and Hulu’s “The Path” — this past year, he still finds time to star in star in films this year, including “Triple 9,” “Central Intelligence” and the upcoming indie thriller “Come and Find Me.” The film follows David (Paul) whose idyllic relationship with Claire (Annabelle Wallis) comes to an abrupt end after she disappears without a trace. Incapable of letting her memory go, David follows Claire’s trail down a dangerous path and discovers she was leading a double life. Watch a trailer for the film below.

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The film is written and directed by Zack Whedon, the brother of acclaimed screenwriter and director Joss Whedon. Zack is best known for writing episodes of such acclaimed TV shows as “Deadwood,” “Rubicon” and most recently, “Halt and Catch Fire.” He also served as David Milch’s assistant throughout all three seasons of “Deadwood.”

Meanwhile, Paul is best known for starring as Jesse Pinkman in Vince Gilligan’s “Breaking Bad.” He’s also previously starred in films like James Ponsoldt’s “Smashed,” the action film “Need for Speed” and as Scott Quittman on the HBO series “Big Love.”

READ MORE: Watch: ‘The Path’ Trailer Asks Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan To Believe Everything

“Come and Find Me” will be released in theaters and on VOD on November 11 from Saban Films.

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