Rush is a 2013 biographical film focused on the contention between Formula 1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda amid the 1976 Formula One motor-racing season. It was composed by Peter Morgan, directed by Ron Howard and stars Chris Hemsworth as Hunt and Daniel Brühl as Lauda. There was a premiere in London on 2 September 2013 and appeared at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival before its United Kingdom release on 13 September 2013. There are quite a few interesting facts about this movie and let’s take a look at these facts.

  1. The James Hunt/Niki Lauda 1976 race portrayed in the film, was the last Formula One race arranged on Germany’s famous Nürburgring Nordschleife (North Loop), since the lap was considered as dreadfully risky.
  1. Daniel Brühl wore a dental machine to imitate Niki Lauda’s overbite. Daniel Brühl and Chris Hemsworth weren’t permitted to drive a genuine Formula 1 car so they needed to utilize Formula 3 vehicles with counterfeit F1 bodywork. The genuine Niki Lauda claims the motion picture was altogether exact. In any case, the film took creative liberties of the James Hunt and Lauda contention.
  1. In spite of bending reality in a few zones, the film was warmly gotten by the most observing filming critics, specifically, the Formula One industry. At the point when Rush was pre-released screened at the German Grand Prix in July (2013), the gathering of people contained a gathering of F1 drivers, group supervisors, and British motor sports head honcho Bernie Ecclestone. Executive Ron Howard announced that the experience was his hardest ‘reality’ test since screening his Apollo 13 (1995) for NASA’s space explorers and mission controllers in 1995. By and by, Rush got an overwhelming applause.
  1. While Lauda Air had some approximately 40+ planes in their armada, Niki Lauda really guided a considerable measure of these planes himself amid normal flight task. Chris Hemsworth auditioned for the James Hunt part while he was shooting The Avengers (2012) and inspired Ron Howard so much, he was marked in a split second.

  1. Chris Hemsworth shed 14 kilos to play James Hunt. He initially weighed 98 kilos having built up for the main character in Thor (2011). Dwindle Morgan composed the content of Rush (2013) ‘on spec’, or hypothesis, which means there was nobody holding up to get it. So, he composed the primary draft accepting that there won’t not be any dashing groupings whatsoever, in light of the fact that the forthcoming film would presumably have a low spending plan.
  1. Alastair Caldwell, who plays a FIA (Fédération International de l’Automobile) official in the film, was chief engineer and supervisor for the McLaren group amid the portrayed 1976 season. Caldwell went about as the principle specialized counselor to executive Ron Howard on the shoot and is quickly depicted by performing artist Stephen Mangan.