Another Fun Trailer for Paul Walker's Rental Car Thriller 'Vehicle 19'

March 25, 2013

Vehicle 19 Trailer

"You know what's more powerful than a mean bastard with too much power? A man with nothing to lose." Ketchup Entertainment has debuted the official US trailer for Mukunda Michael Dewil's Vehicle 19, the thriller about a guy who gets into the wrong rental car. We already featured a trailer for this in January, and while it doesn't look amazing, it looks quite action-packed and thrilling to watch. Paul Walker stars as the unlucky driver who lands in South Africa looking for a girl and ends up choosing the wrong car, picking up Naima McLean along the way. This new trailer gets intense by the end, but really makes me want to see it.

Here's the official US trailer for Mukunda Michael Dewil's Vehicle 19, originally found on YouTube:

A recently paroled man unwittingly picks up the wrong vehicle, having just got off a long flight. He soon realizes he is the target of an entire police force that will use any means necessary to stop him, and the "passenger" he finds in the trunk, from getting to the courthouse to testify against top-to-bottom corruption.

Vehicle 19 is both written and directed by newcomer South African filmmaker Mukunda Michael Dewil, of only the film Retribution previously. This is getting a US release by Ketchup Entertainment in conjunction with ARC Entertainment. Vehicle 19 will hit US theaters in June this year. We'll keep an eye out. Curious?

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he should pick a movie role without car chasing.

truong18 on Mar 25, 2013


he did its called Hours:

Abel Villa on Mar 26, 2013


Haha truong18! It's doubtful.

Skynet300 on Mar 25, 2013


Not at all impressive.

Dhiram on Mar 26, 2013


I like the look of this, I'm in when it hits vod.

nha on Mar 26, 2013


Well ofcourse we all know the climax...!! Dominic Toretto and Luke Hobbs come in to give him a hand...

JohnnyBoy on Mar 26, 2013


I enjoy these sorts of movies, so this looks alright to me.

$126191 on Mar 26, 2013


Looks like if he or someone just blows out a tire the movie ends in 4 minutes. If you can suspend that obvious gapping hole in the plot, as you have to do in all car chase movies, I might be talked into walking into the theater next to the one where I just saw something good and seeing it for free.

Christian on Mar 26, 2013

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