Video: Michael Bay Takes on "Need For Speed: The Run"

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The Need For Speed: The Run looks to promise yet another wild ride.

Whether you like Michael Bay's directorial skills is one thing. The man behind films such as Armageddon, The Rock, and the Transformers trilogy is now turning his attention to the popular video game "The Need For Speed." Set to come out on November 15th, Michael Bay directed the official trailer for the latest installment of the popular video game. The basic premise is to win first place in a 3,000 mile race from San Francisco to New York. The winner receives $25 million.

The star of the game is Jack Rourke who must win the prize or face a certain death. Check out the trailer and you'll see chariots of fire such as the Lamborghini Aventador, Pagani Huayra, Chevrolet Camaro, and the new Porsche 911.

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