David Corenswet, Lucy Boynton Revisit Their Doomed Love Story in ‘The Greatest Hits’ Trailer

Lucy Boynton attempts to turn back time with David Corenswet in the first trailer for the romantic feature The Greatest Hits.

Searchlight Pictures releases director Ned Benson’s movie in select theaters April 5 before it begins streaming via Hulu on April 12. Justin H. Min and Austin Crute also star in the film that premieres at this year’s South by Southwest Festival.

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The Greatest Hits follows Harriet (Boynton), who realizes that her favorite songs can literally transport her through time to revisit cherished memories with former boyfriend Max (Corenswet). In the meantime, she begins exploring feelings for a new potential love interest (Min) while grappling with whether she should alter the past.

“If something happened to you, and I could stop it, but it would mean we would never meet, would you want me to?” Boynton asks a confused Corenswet in the trailer.

Later, Boynton continues to debate her options: “What if I can save him? What if I can change that moment, and the accident never happens?”

Benson wrote and directed The Greatest Hits, and he produces the project alongside Michael London, Shannon Gaulding, Stephanie Davis and Cassandra Kulukundis.

Boynton is known for roles in Bohemian Rhapsody, The Pale Blue Eye and Barbie. Corenswet can be seen later this year in Twisters and is currently filming the title role in James Gunn’s forthcoming superhero flick Superman. Min previously starred in Shortcomings and After Yang.

Benson wrote and directed 2014’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby and also has a credit for working on the story for the 2021 Marvel feature Black Widow that starred Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh.

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