There is one chain of automobile movies that has always been a bit above the rest. And if you don’t know what e’re talking about then you probably don’t agree. However, our Monday just got a little bit better after the release of the much anticipated ‘Furious 7′ trailer.
The film, which is the 7th instalment in the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise looks set to be one of the best yet.
Sadly, this is also the last film that the franchise’s star, Paul Walker, starred in after he was tragically killed almost a year ago in a car crash. They were still busy filming ‘Furious 7′ when Walker passed away. (more…)
The latest Batman movie is set to start shooting soon, and will also feature another famed hero – Superman. While Superman doesn’t need a car to get around (he flies, remember) Ol’ Bruce Wayne sure does. And his car, the Batmobile, is one of the most famous fictional cars ever.
Thus, it came as no surprise that Batman and automobile fans alike were more excited about the Batmobile in the new movie than the man himself. And luckily for said fans, director Zack Snyder gave them exactly what they wanted.
Snyder recently posted a mystical picture to his Twitter account – which is very obviously the backside of the (new) Batmobile. (more…)
If you are a car lover, especially a Formula One lover, you have to go and see this film.
Rush is a film about the infamous 1976 Formula One season. It chronicles the rivalry between legendary Formula One drivers, James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
This biographical film is different than most in it’s genre. It’s deep and beautifully written while still being action packed (obviously, a it’s a racing film). It has been praised by critics and is already receiving some heavy Oscar buzz.
Rush stars Chris Hemsworth (Thor) as James Hunt and Daniel Bruhl as Niki Lauda.
Written by Peter Morgan and directed by Ron Howard – Rush is a definite must for everyone, even the ladies!
It was released in September, so check your local cinema for listings. Believe me, you don’t want to miss this one!
Check out the trailer below:
Have you ever watched a film that did not feature a car somewhere, somehow? Mmm. It’s quite difficult to think of any!
Unless it is a period film, a fantasy film or something pre-historic, most modern day films feature a car or automobile somewhere in some scene.
Supercut, the YouTube channel that mashes everything together, has released a two minute compilation clip of scenes from movies that feature the super popular ‘widescreen shot’ through the windshield of a car. (more…)
Remember Fast and Furious? Check out some interesting scenes from Tokyo Drift and they way they do it in Japan. Amazing abilities, don’t you think?