Rush

James Hunt and Niki Lauda are two highly skilled racing car drivers who first develop a fierce rivalry in 1970 at a Formula Three race at the Crystal Palace circuit in Britain, when both their cars spin out and Hunt eventually wins the race. Hunt is a brash, young Englishman with a tendency to vomit before every race, while Lauda is a cool, calculating Austrian technical genius who relies on precision. After a falling out with his father, Lauda takes a large bank loan and buys his way into the British Racing Motors Formula One team, meeting teammate Clay Regazzoni for the first time. Meanwhile, Hesketh Racing, the fledgling racing team Hunt drives for, enters Formula One as well. Lauda then joins Scuderia Ferrari with Regazzoni and wins his first championship in 1975. Hesketh closes shop after failing to secure a sponsor, but Hunt joins McLaren when Emerson Fittipaldi leaves the team. During this time, Hunt marries supermodel Suzy Miller, while Lauda develops a relationship with German socialite Marlene Knaus. Read more on Wikipedia.

MPAA Rating:R
Genre:Action, Biography, Drama, Sports
Country:Germany, United Kingdom, United States
Produced By:Ralph Brosche, Anita Overland, Jim Hajicosta, Ron Howard, Peter Mallouk, Nigel Sinclair, Brian Grazer, Daniel Hetzer, Louisa Velis, Gernot Schaffler, Andrew Eaton, Tobin Armbrust, Kay Niessen, Tim Bevan, Brian Oliver, Jens Meurer, Eric Fellner, Tyler Thompson, Peter Morgan, Mark Mallouk, Todd Hallowell, Guy East
Directed By:Ron Howard
Written By:Peter Morgan
Cast:John Duggan, Brooke Johnston, Erich Redman, Martin Savage, Rain Elwood, Robert Finlay, Anthony Wolfe, James Norton, Dirk Schilling, Tatsujiro Oto, Marco Napoli, Jeremy Oliver, Aaron Ly, Nigel Genis, Jake Francis, Cristian Solimeno, Chris Cowlin, David Golt, Santi Scinelli, Christian Stelluti, Zack Niizato, Lisa Mcallister, Pete Meads, Lee Nicholas Harris, Jonathan Whittaker, Masashi Fujimoto, Xavier Laurent, Ricardo Freitas, Dennis Vehlen, Raffaello Degruttola, Ross Mckinnon, Daniel BrÜHl, Jensen Freeman, Kevin Oliver Jones, Chonradee Kulthap, Gary Comerford, Christopher Wolert, Alexandra Maria Lara, Julien Vialon, Max Manganello, Jon L. Morris, Stephen Mangan, Olivia Wilde, Jason Ebelthite, John Warman, Christian Feist, Lee Asquith-Coe, Jochen Kolenda, Roddy Button, Hannah Britland, Joe Ferrara, Butchy Davy, James Ducker, Colin Stinton, Rosalie Wolff, Gordon Bibby, Sharan Hunjan, Ignacio Guirado, Raymond Glen, Eiji Mihara, Ray Burnet, Joanna Finata, Akira Koieyama, Val Jobara, Harry Dave Mclaren, Emily Ng, Alexander Bracq, Andy Joy, Rob Cavazos, Robert Cambrinus, Natalie Dormer, Mark Postgate, Helen Evans, David G. Robinson, Alex Gillison, Lee Craven, Harry Rudd, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Klaus D. Mund, Morris Minelli, Fabio Vollono, Vincent Riotta, Christian Mckay, Shaun Lucas, Victoria Sviggum, Sarah Leigh, Rebecca Ferdinando, Thomas Binder, Kate Sweeney, Lucas Yashere, Chris Kent-Ledger, Lukas Disparrow, Augusto Dallara, Trent Owers, Alan Bayer, Douglas Reith, Reuben Turner, David Calder, Vanessa Zachos, Gemita Samarra, Alan Low, Marcello Walton, Philippe D'Imperio, Sid Man, John Heartstone, Kristofer Dayne, Alessandro De Marco, Paul Redfern, Shaz Lancaster, Annabel Riley, Hans-Eckart Eckhardt, Richard Herdman, Ingvar Ebba, Graham Curry, Marco Canadea, JosÉPhine De La Baume, Demetri Goritsas, Paolo Barone, Faye Sewell, Kai Henschel, Pierfrancesco Favino, Polly Furnival, Simon Taylor, Antti Hakala, Gerald Tomkinson, Guy Mayfield, Max Hastings, Patrick Baladi, Eddie Bagayawa, Jamie De Courcey, Pablo Bubar, Ilario Calvo, Philippe Spall, Christopher G. Jones, Andreas Engelmann, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Roger Nevares, Alistair Petrie, Morgan Delle Piane, Luca Zizzari, Tom Wlaschiha, Jay Simpson, Chris Hemsworth, Filippo Delaunay, Carl Robinson, Jodie Perry, Jamie Sives, Jamie Langlands, Jenna Manning, Michael Vardian, Ruggero Dalla Santa, James Michael Rankin, Aisling Knight
In Theaters:Sep 27, 2013
Runtime:2 hours 3 minutes
Box Office:$26,903,709