VIDEO: 'Need for Speed' official movie trailer features Chattahoochee Valley footage

ssorich@ledger-enquirer.comSeptember 25, 2013 - "Need for Speed" Official Trailer (HD) Aaron Paul 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. Director: Scott Waugh Actors: Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots, Scott Mescudi, Ramon Rodriguez, Michael Keaton, Rami Malek, Dakota Johnson, Harrison Gilbertson In Theaters March 14th, 2014 © 2014 DreamWorks "need for speed "need for speed trailer" trailer official HD 2014 "movie trailer" "aaron paul" "dominic cooper" "dakota johnson" "michael keaton" "imogen poots" racing "ea games" "video game" adaption "car chase" race action dreamworks disney


Look closely and you'll see the Chattahoochee Valley in a "Need for Speed" movie trailer released Sept. 25.

Crews visited our area in June to film scenes for the movie, which stars Michael Keaton, Aaron Paul and Dominic Cooper. It's scheduled to be released in March 2014.

As part of a climactic scene for “Need for Speed,” a car was set on fire on the Phenix City side of the 13th Street Bridge and thrown over onto the rocks south of the bridge.

“Need for Speed" is a DreamWorks Production film based on a popular video game.

In addition to the 13th Street Bridge scene, crews also shot local scenes on Manchester Expressway and Interstate 185, going south toward Victory Drive. Locally filmed scenes will portray rural New York in the movie.

"Need for Speed” filmed scenes in other Georgia cities, including Macon and Rome.


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