Keira Knightley and James McAvoy in AtonementIan McEwan's novel Atonement thrilled and devastated me when I read it several years ago. The story of would-be lovers Cecilia (Keira Knightley) and Robbie (James McAvoy), whose happiness is ruined by the false accusation of Cecilia's sister Briony (Saoirse Ronan and Romola Garai), stayed with me for days; I passionately recommended the book to everyone I know. Still do, as a matter of fact. Now, if only the person who borrowed my copy would give it back to me.

When I first heard there was going to be a film adaptation of McEwan's novel, my friends and I were all trepidatious. But one piece of good news followed another: two of Hollywood's hottest young actors, Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, would star; Joe Wright (who directed Knightley in Pride & Prejudice, a movie with which I'm shamelessly obsessed) was at the helm. And then the early reviews came in from the Toronto Film Festival, and they were as glowing as Knightley herself. (We're told McAvoy glows, too. But only in the dark.)

So with Atonement currently leading the Oscars pack, we've scored something of a coup: In just a week's time, Keira Knightley and James McAvoy will interview each other for Moviefone's Unscripted series using your questions. That's where you come in. Whether you're a fan of the novel, Knightley, McAvoy or all three, hit us with whatever you're dying to know, and then check out their Unscripted interview on December 24 to see if your question made the broadcast. Just think! Your words, in James McAvoy's Scottish lilt; Keira Knightley, thanking you -- yes, you, Joe Schmoe from Podunk -- for your insight. I sense some awesome ringtone and wallpaper possibilities here. I'm just sayin'.

To submit a question, you can leave it here in the comments, or you can text one to AskCelebs@aol.com (brought to you by Verizon Wireless). Please provide your first name and your city and state, and if you're looking for inspiration -- stunned into silence by all the beauty and talent facing you at once -- then take a look at some of our past Unscripted interviews here. Good luck!