Christian Bale & Matt Damon Star In Second Trailer For "Ford V Ferrari"

Lula Sharp
September 17, 2019

Following its premiere at the Telluride Film Festival and screenings at the Toronto International Film Festival, Ford v. Ferrari enters the final straight for its official theater release.

If you love movies about fast cars, then buckle up because the new trailer for Ford v Ferrari has plenty of them.

So far, we know that the cast also includes Jon Bernthal as Lee Iacocca, Remo Girone as Enzo Ferrari, and Benjamin Rigby as Bruce McLaren.

The dynamic between Matt Damon and Christian Bale is fascinating, especially during their fight in this trailer. As the wife of Ken Miles (Christian Bale), it's clear that she's used to her husband's attitude. Along the way their fractious friendship will be tested, as well as their newly designed motor auto, as the film navigates through the peaks and troughs that are oh-so familiar with a biopic.

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Ford v Ferrari, which outside North America is titled Le Mans '66, is scheduled to hit United States theaters on November 15. If you like this trailer, you'll like the movie.

Miles was Shelby's close friend and trusted test driver. Early in this clip, there's a chance to watch Miles racing in sports cars Corvettes and Porsches, and the action looks fantastic.

Director James Mangold may have been flirting with the Oscars with his work on Logan, but with his next movie, he's full-on courting them, in hopes of someday going all the way. The film tells the story of the competition and rivalry between Ford and Ferrari. Not only are the big-budget adult dramas almost gone, but a movie that's all about the power of creative people and how doing things by committee always ruins things will give you pause considering this is being released by Disney (they now own 20th Century Fox, who originally developed this). The film opens November 15th nationwide.

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