Watch: Extended 'Need for Speed' Super Bowl Spot with Aaron Paul
"I can feel love, engines, motor oil, all swirling together…" Disney has debuted an extended version, with intro from Aaron Paul and Scott Mescudi, of the Need for Speed TV spot from the Super Bowl. The 30-second spot aired during the big game this weekend, but they've released an extended TV spot online for anyone interested in seeing a bit more footage from this car action movie. Dominic Cooper gets some playtime in this as the big bad villain, along with Imogen Poots as the hottie in the middle. This doesn't look any better than the latest trailer for Need for Speed, but it still has a slick feel to it that's hard to resist.
Here's the full-length extended Super Bowl spot for Disney's Need for Speed, direct from YouTube:
And for reference, here's the original 30-sec Super Bowl spot for Disney's Need for Speed, for anyone:
Need for Speed is directed by stuntman turned director Scott Waugh (Act of Valor) and written by George Nolfi (The Bourne Ultimatum), John Gatins (Real Steel) and producer George Gatins. Framed for a crime he didn’t commit, muscle car mechanic and street racer Tobey (Aaron Paul) gets out of prison determined to settle the score with the man responsible for his false conviction. Tobey tears up the road in a gritty cross-country journey— one that begins as a mission for revenge, but proves to be one of redemption. Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots and Michael Keaton also star in the DreamWorks film arriving March 14th, 2014.
Second trailer beats the first.
ali3000 on Feb 2, 2014
Pedal to the metal BITCH!
Trey Wilson on Feb 2, 2014
Dreamworks! Dreamworks! Not Disney.
Ray Hartley on Feb 2, 2014
Disney distributes Dreamworks live action movies in the US
Sumit Dutta on Feb 3, 2014
This looks so bad.
IamSlave on Feb 3, 2014
This looks like it's gonna be a lot of fun. It's got a decent director on-board (I really liked Act of Valor), a great cast (including Michael Keaton who I didn't even know was in the film until I saw the TV spot during the Super Bowl) and, of course, killer stunts (which look phenomenal because they were largely shot for real). I think this film will catch a lot of people by surprise, I can easily see it becoming the best video game adaptation to-date.
thejon93rd on Feb 4, 2014
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