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'Need for Speed' red carpet premiere at The Chinese Theatre

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A crowd of eager fans gathered along Hollywood Blvd at The Chinese Theatre as they rolled out the red carpet for the premiere of DreamWorks Pictures' "Need for Speed".

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An action packed film that brings back the car culture of the late 60s and 70s open road street-racing circuit that stars Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots, Ramon Rodriguez, Rami Malek, Scott Mescudi, Dakota Johnson, Harrison Gilbertson and Michael Keaton.

The Ford Motor Company adorned two Mustangs on the red carpet at last night's premiere, including the brand-new 2015 Ford Mustang which made its debut in the making of the film.

Director Scott Waugh, and stars Aaron Paul, Scott Mescudi, Rami Malek, and Ramon Rodriguez all arrived at the Chinese Theatre in cars from the movie.

"Need for Speed" is a movie about intrigue, loyalty, betrayal and revenge that has an underdog defying all odds in a world of fast and flashy exotic supercars.

Based on the successful racing video game created by Electronic Arts—that captures the freedom, excitement and passion for the road and love of fast cars in a live action setting.

During an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Aaron Paul mentions that all the racing is done live and no CGI was used in the making of the film.

"Need for Speed" releases in theaters on Friday, March 14.



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