The Speed of Thought Movie Trailer has premiered. The Speed of Thought (2010) is directed by Evan Oppenheimer and stars Nick Stahl, Taryn Manning, Mía Maestro, Wallace Shawn, and Blair Brown. The Speed of Thought‘s plot synopsis: “Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) [, raised in a NSA foster home,] is a scoper a telepath who can listen to people’s thoughts. There are only a handful of scopers in the world. With proper training, a scoper can learn to control the voices. But the gift is deadly, a scoper goes insane by the age of 29. Joshua is 28. Joshua and his mentor work with the government in exchange for a cure. While on a mission, Joshua meets an untrained scooper, Anna (Mia Maestro). Through their unique ability, they open up their minds to each other and quickly fall in love. But the government won’t allow it. They plan to disappear and start a new life together, but are soon discovered and torn apart. With the help of his childhood friend (Taryn Manning), Joshua is forced to discover the truth about his abilities and those around him.” I bet the government is driving them insane at 29 through the drugs they give them. If the telepaths’ abilities got too powerful as they aged, they might not be able to be controlled. How do you suppose the NSA people keep their thoughts hidden from the scopers? At least they didn’t give the answers away in the movie trailer. There is no word yet when The Speed of Thought will be released in theaters.