I Will, I Will...For Now Trailer

I Will, I Will...For Now Trailer (1976)

"They set out to try everything in the book...what happens next you won't find in any book..." 18 February 1976 Comedy 108 mins

Elliot Gould stars as Les Bingham, who takes umbrage that his ex-wife Katie (Diane Keaton) has a new love in life. What Les doesn't realize is that her new paramour is lawyer Lou Springer (Paul Sorvino). When Katie's sister Sally (Candy Clark) arrives and tells the two about her new, hip '70s marriage contract, Les and Katie decide to try to get together again under a more liberal marriage contract, like Katie's sister. But, unfortunately for the couple, the contract is planted with the seeds of self-destruction, having been drafted by Lou.

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Cast

Elliott Gould

as Les Bingham

Diane Keaton

as Katie Bingham

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 18 February 1976

Production Companies

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