Sunday's Super Bowl saw a new 30-second spot air for the upcoming Need For Speed movie, starring Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul. But what you may not have seen yet was the extended, 90-second trailer that went live online last night. The other item of news is NFS's release date - the new flick will hit theaters on March 14.

While the Super Bowl ad was almost totally devoid of dialogue in favor of accelerating cars, this extended spot has a lot more going for it. There's more dialogue, although not enough to really get an idea of what's going on. The car selection still looks first rate, although more than a few vehicles meet unfortunate ends. Based on the commercial, we should expect some big stunt pieces, as well. Besides the 30- and 90-second spot, there is a short series of Vine-length clips from each trailer.

Based on the comments towards the first trailer we showed you of Need For Speed, most of you aren't expecting Best Picture nominations for this flick. Take a look below at each clip and see if they're enough to change your mind. Post your thoughts in Comments.
Super Bowl Commercial

Extended Trailer


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