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New Need for Speed trailer

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Slow-motion car crashes? Check. Cars exploding on minimal impact? Check. Lines dripping in pathos, like "We'll settle this behind the wheel"? Check.

Yep, it can only be a new trailer for Need for Speed - though the same checks also apply for any Fast and Furious sequels.

Having just walked out of prison, framed for a crime he didn’t commit, street racer Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul), is looking to settle a score. Surely he'll use the USA's superb justice system and bring his foe (Dominic Cooper) down in court? No, he's going to jump into an unrealistically powerful muscle car and run him off the road. Obviously.

And the less said about the "Yaw mama" joke the better.



Need for Speed cruises into cinemas on 14 March

(Images: Entertainment One)

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