Director Ron Howard's 'Rush' debuted its first trailer not long ago, but now the US version has hit, featuring Chris Hemsworth and a whole of lot Formula 1 racing action.
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We got our first extended look at Ron Howard's race car movie 'Rush,' starring Chris Hemsworth, clean shaven and looking like a younger Brad Pitt (sort of), through the first trailer. Well, now a new one is coming our way tonight, but before it does Universal has a new batch of photos to show you.
If 'Fast and Furious 6' doesn't satisfy your need for speed, there's another high-octane racing film on its way this year - the Formula 1 set pic 'Rush' starring 'Thor' himself, Chris Hemsworth. While it may not have as much action as 'Fast and Furious,' it looks like it's trying to offer something up a little more dramatic. Is it successful? Let's watch the 'Rush' trailer and find out.
Every day brings us closer and closer to 'Arrested Development' season 4, or Netflix's revival season, or whatever we're referring to it as these days, but surprisingly we've yet to see any real footage, or even all that many images of the cast reunited! All that has changed with series executive producer/narrator Ron Howard, who revealed a look at the new Bluth family portrait with a recent tweet! Get a look at the reunited Bluth family of 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
Jay-Z and Ron Howard. Not the most natural of collaborations, but then again, neither artist has ever limited himself to one particular field or focus. The two, along with Howard's longtime producing partner Brian Grazer, are set to meld minds and talents for a documentary revolving around Jay-Z's 'Budweiser Made in America' music festival, which takes place September 1-2 in Philadelphia.
Hot on the heels of its official release date announcement, the first stills from Ron Howard's 'Rush' have hit the internet via the film's official website. If you don't know anything about this movie and want to know why it should be on your radar in one sentence or less, here's what you need to know: Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl play rival Formula One drivers. Yeah. That does sound awesome.
Once upon a time there was a studio called Warner Bros who wanted to adapt Stephen King's famous 'Dark Tower' novel series. Months later, the collective fate of the possible movie and television franchise rests in their hands possibly with the aide of actor Russell Crowe.
Ron Howard has been busy filming his new movie 'Rush,' about a world champion Formula One racer James Hunt and his rivalry with fellow driver Niki Lauda. Now there's a brand new featurette on the movie that stars Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde and Christian McKay is now online.
After Universal passed on the Akiva Goldsman and Brian Grazer produced adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' due to budget worries, the fate of the three films (supplemented with two TV miniseries) seemed unclear. Even with names like Javier Bardem (as hero Roland Deschain) and Ron Howard attached, Universal passed. But could the film adaptation get a second chance?