Super Bowl Ad Features Fast & Furious: Hobbs And Shaw Trailer

"This guy's a real ass****!"

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Now Playing: Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw - Official First Trailer

The first trailer for Hobbs and Shaw is here. The movie is the first spin-off from the blockbuster Fast & Furious series and stars Dwayne Johnson as Agent Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham as mercenary-for-hire Owen Shaw. [Update: During Super Bowl LIII's first quarter, a large audience got a look at Hobbs and Shaw, though it unfortunately consisted solely of footage from the trailer that released this past week. You can see the full trailer for the upcoming movie above, and follow the Super Bowl live stream to see all the ads as they debut.]

The trailer delivers a ton of action--it's three minutes long, so be warned if you don't want to know much about the movie going in. It sets up the bad guy played by Idris Elba, a villain called Brixton who has been given some kind of genetic upgrade. Hobbs and Shaw aren't exactly friends, but they are brought together to stop him, and the rest of trailer delivers a non-stop barrage of stunts, fights, and over-the-top action, plus a lot of self-aware one-liners. Check it out above.

Hobbs & Shaw is directed by Deadpool 2's David Leitch, and also stars Vanessa Kirby (Mission Impossible: Fallout), Eiza González (Baby Driver), and Eddie Marsan (Deadpool 2). It releases on August 2, 2019.

In related news, it was confirmed this week that production on Fast & Furious 9 starts this month. The next movie in the main series is set for release in 2020 and stars Vin Deisel once more, but won't feature Johnson or Statham.

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