Ron Howard's Rush was to be the first of a wave of motorsports films, a turning point that would make regular Americans finally love F1. It was an enjoyable flick, but it didn't manage to move many non-F1 junkies into theaters and it wasn't quite nerdy enough for hardcore fans. Nerds rejoice! Weekend Of A Champion is…
Like many of you, I was despondent to learn that Ron Howard's superb RUSH isn't exactly lighting up the box office like its roaring Formula One cars light up their tires. That's surprising considering the film's critical acclaim. Then I started to wonder: did the ad blitz for RUSH sidestep its most compelling story?
The automotive media — especially this site — has done all we can to get people to see Ron Howard's Formula One drama RUSH. Why? Ron Howard has done more than make an F1 film, he's made an F1 film worth watching. Now you have to get everyone you know to go see it or else we're probably going to have to wait another…
James Hunt is a man who is remembered for his passions. He is revered for his competitive spirit, his immense skill behind the wheel, his devil-may-care attitude, and his hard-partying, womanizing ways away from the track (and sometimes right before a race.) But Hunt also had a passion for social justice that isn’t…
The Jalopnik Film Festival kicks off tonight with the opening panel and ends tomorrow with the first ticketed showing of Ron Howard's epic F1 film RUSH. To whet your appetite the film's creators sent over this exclusive clip. Enjoy.
If you weren't able to get a pass to the Jalopnik Film Festival happening this Thursday at the BAM Cinema in Brooklyn, New York there's still one more way to maybe catch one of the films.
RUSH, Ron Howard's new film about Formula One in the 1970s, might be one of the most important automotive movies of all time. But why is that? And what's it about? And what is Formula One? And why does Daniel Brühl look so pissed off? Before you go see it, this is RUSH, explained.
In just three weeks, Ron Howard's Formula One epic RUSH will hit theaters and bring the legendary rivalry between drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt to the big screen. It's going to be amazing. How do we know? The early reviews say so.
The RUSH premiere in London yesterday was never going to be the usual red carpet parade of a normal film debut, but it went from good to fantastic when two proper McLaren F1 cars arrived.
You know what seems to improve every single movie trailer ever created? That's right! Lego bricks! And when you completely re-do the trailer for RUSH in stop-motion and Lego bricks, the end result is hilarious.
Do you want to see Ron Howard's new F1 epic RUSH before anyone else? What about the rally documentary Easier Said Than Done? Do you want to play Gran Turismo 6 early? Then I'm excited to announce you'll be able to do all that and more at the first ever Jalopnik Film Festival, presented by Gran Turismo 6.
Excited about the upcoming Rush movie? So are we! And this vantastic Renault Estafette from the set can be yours even before it hits the screens.
With Ron Howard's new movie, Rush, about the 1976 Formula One season, coming out next month, we're starting to learn more about the characters behind the film. And trust me, they really were characters.
Ron Howard's Rush is one of the most anticipated movies about the 1976 Formula One World Championship that will be released this fall. This new trailer is amazing. Watch it and try not to get goosebumps.
Other than a few notable exceptions, racing movies are pretty much all total crap. Sylvester Stallone's Driven actually made me stop and reconsider all my life choices. But Ron Howard is coming to the rescue with RUSH, and the trailer is simply amazing.
The key moment in the rivalry between F1 legends Niki Lauda and James Hunt was Lauda's near-fatal crash on the Nürburgring in 1976. It will now also be the fiery centerpiece for Ron Howard's upcoming film Rush, and a man walking his dog happened to record the whole scene as it was being filmed.
James Hunt was a sex-crazed playboy. Niki Lauda was nearly consumed in flames. They both raced in one of the most thrilling, dangerous eras in Formula One. Here is a look inside Rush, Ron Howard's upcoming film about their rivalry and motor racing in the ‘70s.