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"What if I get pancakes for dinner? Or steak. Decisions. Decisions."
"What if I get pancakes for dinner? Or steak. Decisions. Decisions."
What if I get pancakes for dinner?” (CBS Films)

Are you one of those people who suffer from the disorder whatifness? Okay, I made that term up, but in other words, someone who is constantly thinking, “What if …” rather than actually doing.

Harry Potter‘s Daniel Radcliffe, 24, stars in a feature-length romantic comedy called just that, What If.

His character, Wallace, is a med school dropout who is struggling with making decisions, while everyone around him seems to be moving effortlessly through life and love. Wallace decides to take a break from the dating game, and as it happens, he then meets Chantry, played by Zoe Kazan (Ruby Sparks). Thing is, Chantry, of course, is in a long-term relationship. He still thinks to himself, “What if.”

Remember when we mentioned decision-making isn’t Wallace’s strong suit.

CBS Films has released a movie poster asking, “What if being friends has its benefits?”:

What If, 600x650

Benefits like …

(CBS Films)
… getting to know each other by the fire. (CBS Films)
(CBS Films)
… staying close under an umbrella. (CBS Films)
(CBS Films)
… pining for your friend in a a tortured unrequited way? (CBS Films)

Radcliffe isn’t the only English actor in the film with The Hour’s Oona Chaplin and PrometheusRafe Spall kicking up the Brit ratio. Other familiar faces rounding out the cast include Adam Driver (Girls, Star Wars), Mackenzie Davis (That Awkward Moment) and Megan Park (The Secret Life of the American Teenager).

What If is scheduled to hit theaters on August 1.

Are you now thinking, “Should I or shouldn’t I see this film, what if I don’t?”

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By Brigid Brown