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Chris Hemsworth Risks His Life to Race in First 'Rush' Trailer

April 9, 2013 (2:42 am) GMT
Intense rivalry between Hemsworth's James Hunt and Daniel Bruhl's Niki Lauda leads the two sworn enemies to put their lives on the racing line to be the world champion.
Chris Hemsworth Risks His Life to Race in First 'Rush' Trailer

Universal Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for Ron Howard's "". Based on the real-life rivalry between Formula 1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda, the film will witness the fiercest competition that has ever been written in racing history as seen in the video.

Among all racers, 's brass and daring Hunt only keeps his eye on Niki Lauda, the established Austrian champion who is portrayed by . The clip later sees how far the two racers take their intense rivalry to as glimpses of crash and Lauda getting injured are previewed.

"Rush" is a racing drama which is set against the sexy, glamorous golden age of Formula 1 racing in the 1970s. The story follows handsome English playboy James Hunt and his methodical, brilliant opponent Niki Lauda who were willing to risk everything to become world champion in a sport with no margin for error.

Also starring as Hunt's wife named Suzy Miller, the film is penned by Peter Morgan and accompanied by Hans Zimmer's score. The film, which also includes , Alexandra Maria Lara and in the cast ensemble, will race to U.S. theaters on September 20.



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