May 30, 2014 9:31 am
Updated: June 2, 2014 1:32 pm

WATCH: Trailer released for Toronto-shot ‘What If’

TORONTO — A new trailer has been unveiled for What If, a made-in-Toronto comedy starring Daniel Radcliffe in which Canada’s biggest city plays itself.

The Toronto skyline and several downtown streets are showcased in the trailer for the movie, which will be released in Canada with its original title, The F Word.

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Directed by Ontario’s Michael Dowse (Goon), the movie was shot in the summer of 2012 and debuted last September at the Toronto International Film Festival.

It was nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Picture.

In the romantic comedy, Radcliffe’s Wallace falls for a young woman named Chantry (Zoe Kazan) but must settle for a friends-only relationship because she’s got a boyfriend (Rafe Spall).

The movie also stars Adam Driver, Mackenzie Davis and Canada’s Megan Park.

What If is set for limited release in August.

BELOW: Watch the trailer for the movie in Canada, where it will be released with its original title, The F Word.

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