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Tonight You're Mine Exclusive Clip: The Handcuffs Go On

Handcuffing two people in real life would probably be the quickest way to get yourself arrested and make those people hate each other, but in the movies, it always seems to work. Going back to Alfred Hitchcock's classic caper The 39 Steps, the ol' "handcuff together the two people who don't like ach other" trick has led to all kinds of unlikely romances-- and it's at it again this weekend in Tonight You're Mine, the new indie opening in theaters today. Luke Treadaway and Natalia Tena play two musicians from different bands who find themselves handcuffed to each other in the middle of an enormous Scottish music festival-- and as they say in the business, the show must go on anyway.

In this exclusive clip from Tonight You're Mine that we're premiering below, we see exactly how their characters Adam and Morello get chained together, in the kind of odd incident that might only happen at big music festivals like that one-- a fight between bands that's mediated by a mysterious stranger with a set of handcuffs. Take a look below.

You may recognize one or both of our heroes-- Treadaway had roles in Attack the Block and Clash of the Titans, while Tena played Tonks in the Harry Potter movies and is also currently on Game of Thrones as Osha. You can see their unlikely romance play out in theaters this weekend in Tonight You're Mine, and for more on the movie, read the official synopsis below.

Adam (Treadaway) and Morello (Tena) have a big problem. It’s not that Adam is the heartthrob lead singer in a famous electropop band or that his girlfriend is a spoiled supermodel. His problem is Morello’s problem. Morello’s problem isn’t that she’s lead singer in a struggling post-punk riot girl band or that she’s dating a banker. No, her problem is that she has to perform the biggest gig of her life at a music festival while handcuffed to the kind of person she totally despises – Adam. So begins an out-there odd-ball romantic comedy filled with lust, mud, betrayal, booze, portaloos and a hundred thousand people partying to the greatest music in the world. None of whom seems to have the key - not to the meaning of life - but to the handcuffs.

Staff Writer at CinemaBlend