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Need for Speed could have been the title of a gritty urban drama about a group of juvenile delinquents questioning their use of hard drugs. As it is, it's the title of the film of that car game, and you already know exactly what to expect from the new trailer.

Aaron Paul stars as Tobey Marshall, a racer fresh out of prison and hungry for revenge. He joins a cross country race (not the kind you did in PE) to track down his ex-partner who put him away. But, having learnt that Marshall is out, the villainous business partner puts a price on our unfortunate hero's head.

Directed by Scott Waugh (stunt director of Mr & Mrs Smith, Bad Boys 2 and xXx), we urge you not to watch the following trailer if you are in any way scared of slow motion crashes, bewildering monologues or cars driving quickly.

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