The live-action Hot Wheels film has finally found its authors, twenty years after the project was initially announced.
They also enjoy it when Hot Wheels collaborates with their favorite franchises. But now we’ve arrived at the next level of Hot Wheels. J.J. Abrams’s Bad Robot is developing a Hot Wheels movie. Not only will Hot Wheels cars get their own film, but it will be real action.
Mattel Films and Warner Bros. Pictures are producing this Hot Wheels film, according to Deadline. The feature will be “a high-throttle actioner that will showcase some of the world’s hottest and sleekest automobiles, monster trucks, and motorbikes,” according to the journal.
That’s intriguing. Despite our confidence, we already have a car show franchise. Something about speed and acting ferocious. But nobody knows how the Hot Wheels film will compare to Fast and Furious.
Robbie Brenner, the Executive Producer of Mattel Films, tells us more about the film. “As the global leader in automotive culture, Hot Wheels has sparked the challenger spirit in generations of auto fanatics,” Brenner says.
Fans of all ages are in for a thrill as J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot joins us alongside Warner Bros. Pictures to adapt Hot Wheels’ renowned IP into a spectacular adventure for the big screen.” Deadline recently reported that Dalton Leeb and Nicholas Jacobson-Larson have joined the Hot Wheels film as writers.
To be honest, we’ve seen a wide variety of films recently. Mattel Films is currently making a Barbie film. So, to be honest, a Hot Wheels film doesn’t seem too far away.
Not to mention the upcoming Spirit Halloween film. It appears that the moment has come for films based on ordinary occurrences. But we’ll watch them as long as they’re well-written and acted, or at least seem like a lot of fun.
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