Rush (2013)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 3 mins

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The merciless rivalry between Formula 1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda during the 1976 Formula One motor-racing season.

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Olivia Wilde

Crew: Ron Howard (Director), Anthony Dod Mantle (Director of Photography), Hans Zimmer (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama

Release Dates: 20 Sep 2013 (India)

Tagline: Everyone's driven by something.

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Did you know? Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl weren't allowed to drive real Formula 1 cars so they had to use Formula 3 vehicles with fake F1 bodywork instead. Read More
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as James Hunt
as Suzy Miller
as Japanese Press
as Noritake Takahara
as Japanese Press
as Daniele Audetto
as Engineer
as South African Fan / German Fan / Spectator
as Marlene Knaus
as Stirling Moss
as Darren Stone
as Ferrari's Girl
as Hans-Joachim Stuck
as Pan Am Flight Attendant
as Japanese Press
as Press Photographer
as Japanese Spectator / Grid Girl
as German Ambulance Man
as Alexander Hesketh
as German Fan
as Teddy Mayer
as Jochen Mass
as Arturo Merzario
as Niki Lauda
as German police officer
as German Grid Girl
as German Police Officer
as Press Cameraman
as FIA Official
as V.I.P. Spectator
as Formula 3 Driver
as Commentator
as Commentator
as German Police Officer
as Suzy Millers Brother
as Grandfather Lauda
as U.S Paperazzi
as Spanish Spectator F1
as Luca Cordero di Montezemolo
as James Hunt's German Girlfriend
as Race Official
as Guy Edwards
as BRM Mechanic
as Doc Postlethwaite
as Italian Journalist
as Clive
as Pit Girl
as German Police Officer
as South African Fan
as Italian Spectator
as Italian Woman Cristina
as Journalist
as Italian journalist
as British Policeman
as F1 Spectator
as Reporter
as Agnes Bonnet
as Millionaire Rockstar
as FIA Official
as F3 Fan
as German Spectator
as Japanese Police / Spectator
as F1 Fan
as Niki's German Doctor
as Mario Andretti
as Press Photographer
as Fiji Pit Crew
as German C Class
as Paramedic USA
as uncredited
as Racing Driver's Girlfriend
as Ferrari Mechanic
as Andrea
as Aficionado
as Italian Reporter
as Italian Race Announcer
as Italian Press
as F3 Mechanic
as Japanese Journalist
as German Police Officer (as Maximillian Aire)
as Brabham Mechanic
as The Ferrari Mechanic Team Member (as Morris Morrison)
as Gemma
as Goodyear Rep
as Barbecue Chef
as British News Reporter
as Ferrari Mechanic
as John Hogan
as F3 Mechanic
as Clay Regazzoni
as Margaret
as Giovanni
as Hunts German Girlfriend (as Egija Zviedre)
as Italian Reporter
as Maid of Honour
as Italian Friend
as Italian Police Officer
as Spanish Journalist
as Austrian Registrar
as Brett Lunger
as Gunnar Nilsson
as Michael Parkinson
as International Press
as Italian Women Valentina
as Martini / Brabham Mechanic
as Italian Waiter
as Brazilian Guy
as Awards Folk
as Hunt's Oriental Girlfriend
as Journalist
as Japanese Grand Prix Track Official
as English Race Announcer
as Wedding Guest
as Japanese Press
as Mechanic / Steward
as F3 Mechanic
as Italian Spectator
as Paramedic USA
as Harald Ertl (rumored)
as Italian
as The Italian
as Gabriella
as Circuit Girl
as French Formula 1 Driver
as Masahiro Hasemi





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Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
ARRI ALEXA Plus, ARRI ALEXA Studio, Canon EOS-C300
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Everyone's driven by something.
Based on a true story.
Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl weren't allowed to drive real Formula 1 cars so they had to use Formula 3 vehicles with fake F1 bodywork instead.

When Niki Lauda first saw the film he said "Sh*t! That's really me."

The 1976 James Hunt/Niki Lauda race depicted in the film, was the last Formula One event staged on Germany's notorious Nürburgring Nordschleife (North Loop), since the lap was deemed far too hazardous.

On the occasion of his 60th birthday, in an interview with Austrian Times, Niki Lauda stated that a journalist asking him how his injured face affected his marriage was the biggest insult he had to suffer in his life.