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The Rush trailer is here

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It's been near the top of our must-see list for a while now and our first look at the trailer for Ron Howard's F1 drama Rush has confirmed our suspicions that it's looking like one of 2013's best films.

The true story follows the rivalry between drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda throughout the late seventies and it stars Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl respectively.

With Howard in the director's chair, a strong supporting cast including Olivia Wilde, a script from Frost/Nixon scribe Peter Morgan and a release date in the latter portion of the year, it looks like Rush will be a strong Oscar contender.

What do you think of the trailer?

Rush hits cinemas on September 13

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