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Sean P. Means
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‘Need for Speed,’ filmed partly in Utah, gets first trailer [video]

If you’re familiar with the "Need for Speed" video game series, you know what the movie version will deliver: Lots of cars going really fast.

There’s also a story: A street racer (played by "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul) is framed and imprisoned. When he’s freed, he enters a high-stakes cross-country auto race to exact revenge, and his ex-partner (Dominic Cooper) puts a bounty on his head.

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The movie was filmed partly around Moab and the Bonneville Salt Flats, as well as locations in Georgia, New York, San Francisco and Detroit. The cast includes Dakota Johnson, Imogen Poots and Michael Keaton.

"Need for Speed," the movie, is set for release on March 14, 2014 — but you can see the trailer now, by clicking on the image above.



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