- Helen Mirren is lastly attending to race a automotive round London in “Quick 9.”
- Star Jordana Brewster informed Insider Mirren was “epic” in her driving scene.
- Mirren has needed to get behind the wheel of a automotive within the “Quick” franchise for years.
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Helen Mirren’s high-speed chase was a scene-stealing second in the latest “Quick 9” trailer.
“The Quick and Livid” franchise star Jordana Brewster informed Insider the scene delivers on the whole lot within the teaser.
“Oh my gosh,” Brewster started whereas discussing a latest partnership with Clearblue.
“Watching Helen Mirren was additionally epic,” Brewster mentioned. “What’s superior about Helen Mirren is she simply made it appear so seamless. In order that’s additionally considered one of my favourite scenes. I imply, you are going to love the film.”
Within the trailer, which debuted in April, Mirren outraces police by way of the streets of London with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) in a purple Noble M600.
Mirren has needed to drive in a ‘Quick and Livid’ film for years.
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The actress informed Yahoo Films again in 2015 it has been on her bucket record for some time.
“I so need to be a mad driver in a ‘Quick and Livid’ film,” Mirren mentioned on the time. “My declare to fame is I at all times do my very own driving – I used to be on ‘Prime Gear’ and I did [my lap] in an excellent time.”
Diesel first teased Mirren’s automotive scene in September 2019 in a video on social media.
“We’re right here on the finish of week 12 [of filming],” Diesel informed followers on Instagram. “I’m so, so grateful I’m working with considered one of my favourite folks on this planet and somebody I really like, love, love, love.”
Mia might be again behind the wheel of… some kind of car in ‘F9’
Brewster, who sat out the final movie, 2017’s “The Destiny of the Livid,” informed Insider she’ll be again in motion this time round.
When requested if we’ll see Mia Toretto, Dom’s sister, again behind the wheel of a automotive, Brewster teased: “Nicely, I am unsure it is a automotive.”
“Sure, a automotive. I drive one thing else,” Brewster mentioned. “It would not actually qualify as a automotive. [Director] Justin [Lin] appears to like placing me in large autos. However, sure, sure. You will see me in motion. Mia [is] driving for certain.”
Whereas followers have been ready for “F9” for effectively over a 12 months, Brewster is amongst those that has already seen the completed movie and mentioned that “it is actually good” and “superior.”
We’ll lastly get to see “Quick 9,” together with Mirren’s character outrunning the cops, when it debuts in theaters on June 25.