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Get ready to start your engines with Ford v Ferrari, now available on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD. In honor of the home media release of the Oscar-nominated film, we’re debuting an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip that focuses on a big fight scene between stars Matt Damon and Christian Bale. Check it out below, then spend the rest of the day making engine sounds with your mouth.Ford v Ferrari Clip
I enjoyed James Mangold‘s Ford v Ferrari. I don’t know if I enjoyed it as much as the Academy, who nominated it for several Oscars. But I mostly dug its old school charms, its intense racing scenes, and the work from leads Matt Damon and Christian Bale. Ford v Ferrari is now on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD, and the release comes with several behind-the-scenes featurettes. We’re debuting a snippet of one above, focused on the fist-fight that breaks out between Damon and Bale’s characters.
Here’s a full list of special features included on the release:The 24 Hour Le Mans: Recreating the Course Featurette – Discover how the climactic race of the film was achieved, from recreating the track to capturing and editing all the action. Pre-Vis: Daytona & Le Mans Races – These animated pre-visualization sequences worked as a roadmap for filmmakers throughout production. Bringing The Rivalry to Life – Go behind the scenes of the film with this 8-part, 60-minute documentary. Matt and Christian: The Conversation iTunes Extras exclusive – Sit down with Christian Bale and Matt Damon for an intimate reflection on the making of the film.
Ford v Ferrari is the true story “about Ford Motor Company’s attempt to create the world’s fastest car. American car designer Carroll Shelby Damon and the fearless British-born driver Ken Miles Bale, together battled corporate interference and the laws of physics to build a revolutionary race car and take on Enzo Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France in 1966.”
Logan director James Mangold will not helm an episode of The Mandalorian season 2. The director debunked the rumor on social media and received a hilarious clapback from Taika Waititi. Earlier this week it was reported that Mangold and Robert Rodriguez were on board to direct Baby Yoda, along with the return of Bryce Dallas Howard. So far, Mangold has been the only one to step forward and clarify the initial report.
Ron Howard seemed to be pretty excited about the idea of James Mangold, Robert Rodriguez, and his daughter, Bryce Dallas Howard, directing The Mandalorian season 2. He shared an article on social media, which caught the attention of Mangold. The Logan director was not happy with what he saw, but he still wishes Howard the best. He had this to say.'Hey Ron. I'm so pleased if it's true about Bryce directing another part of The Mandalorian, but I can tell you it's not true about me. Not doing it, never discussed it. And I suggest fans should look at who's 'reporting' this & make a note that these sites present conjecture as fact.'
The Mandalorian season 1 director and IG-11 actor Taika Waititi couldn't resist chiming in on the interaction to hassle James Mangold. The Star Wars Holiday Special is something that a lot of fans, and George Lucas, wish would just go away. It has become the punching bag of the franchise, while also becoming an inspiration for people like Waititi and showrunner Jon Favreau. This led Waititi to say, 'Don't lie, James. Be proud of your Mangoldorian Christmas Special.'As for what James Mangold is up to next, it has been reported that he will direct Indiana Jones 5. Steven Spielberg is not going to take the reins this time and Mangold is the main name getting floated around. However, he has yet to confirm this and the same goes for Lucasfilm. In Mangold's Twitter interaction with Ron Howard, there are a ton of fans asking if the Indiana Jones 5 news is the real deal or not, but he didn't respond to any of them. He also did not respond to Taika Waititi's joke either, which is a shame.
James Mangold is officially not directing any episodes from The Mandalorian season 2. It remains unclear if Bryce Dallas Howard is returning, though one would think that Ron Howard would know that information by now. As for Robert Rodriguez, he has yet to release a statement, but we do know that he's a huge Star Wars fan, so he could be using this as some leverage to get in good with Lucasfilm. Regardless, let's hope Mangold finds the time to make his 'Mangoldorian Christmas Special' with Taika Waititi back on board to play IG-11 with Baby Yoda opening presents. You can check out James Mangold's Twitter response to The Mandalorian rumors below.
Hey Ron. I'm so pleased if it's true about Bryce directing another part of Mandalorian, but I can tell you its not true about me. Not doing it, never discussed it. And I suggest fans should look at who's 'reporting' this &...