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movies "Rush" Trailer (2013)

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After a catastrophic crash at the 1976 German Grand Prix at the N?rburgring that could have killed him, Formula One driver Niki Lauda (Br?hl) returns to face his rival James Hunt (Hemsworth) in their pursuit of the 1976 World Championship at Fuji in Japan.
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Hmm, as much as I like Formula One I'm not sure this film will have enough to make me watch it. Or perhaps just because of Chris Hemsworth. They say he looks a lot like me. Best make sure he doesn't look ugly, just in case.

Edit: By the way, you're the man Rappy. I've found so much TV-related thanks to your posts on Neowin. :p

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It looks like a proper F1 film, and I'll likely watch it at the cinema when it's released in the UK. I still haven't got around to watching Senna yet.

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This film has been on my radar for some time now. Nice to see a trailer out so early. O why o why people try to do a British accent like that... really fails in my view. We don't all sound posh and back in WW2.

Looks good and has tonnes of great car scenes. Still won't get me into F1 :p

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looks to be good, decent premise for a story too :)

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Second trailer looking really good, actually may take my old man to see it lol he is a F1 fan boy :p

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Stallone - Driven.

Haven't seen that film yet,,,, still on my to do list :p

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Stallone - Driven.

Exactly

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Stallone - Driven.

Rush is a true story though

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Stallone - Driven.

James Garner - Gran Prix (1966)

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Rush is a true story though

And I am sure, it is much better.

But a lot of the themes in the trailer reminded me of Driven, while not at all of GP.

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I heard that Hemsworth lost like more than 50 pounds for this role so that he could fit in the F1 cars.

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And also he has to bulk up for Thor 2 then Avengers 2 :p

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Hmm, that doesn't look bad at all.

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YUP. Keen. I am a big F1 fan and I've read up on this particular rivalry. I trust Ron Howard won't balls it up.

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Really looking forward to this, getting the sound of those V8s at the cinema is going to be amazing!

It looks like a proper F1 film, and I'll likely watch it at the cinema when it's released in the UK. I still haven't got around to watching Senna yet.

SHOCKING! it's an amazing movie/documentary, if you are an F1 fan in anyway it needs to be watched.

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