Le Mans '66 Trailer: Christian Bale And Matt Damon Hit The Track

Le Mans '66 Trailer: Christian Bale And Matt Damon Hit The Track

Le Mans '66 Trailer: Christian Bale And Matt Damon Hit The Track

The first trailer and photos for "Ford v. Ferrari" have been released ahead of the film's debut in the United States this fall.

I was already excited for Ford v. Ferrari exclusively based on the fact that it's Mangold's first film since his incredible work on Logan, and the trailer does nothing to dissuade me from that opinion.

Christian Bale plays driver Ken Miles and Matt Damon plays Carroll Shelby, the Ford engineer who helped design the Ford Mustang with Iacocca. Ford v Ferrari will be distributed by Walt Disney Motion Pictures, under the 20th Century Fox banner, after the studio's record breaking takeover.

The 1966 Le Mans race is iconic for the racing world, as it became the first ever to have been won by an American constructor. The trailer unfolds the events which took place between in 1966.

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The trailer begins with Bale's Ken Miles taking his son onto the race track, as they sit down and he asks him a question. It is then that Shelby suggests Ken's name to the company. Miles says upon hearing the task, to which Shelby responds, "90 days". The trailer oozes of drama, thrill and teases an exciting ride.

Other famous personalities being portrayed include auto industry heavyweight Lee Iacocca, played by Jon Bernthal, and Henry Ford II, played by Tracy Letts.

Ford v. Ferrari, which also stars Caitriona Balfe (Outlander) and Jon Bernthal (The Punisher), races into theaters on November 15.

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