Eddie Griffin Crashes the "Redline"

by | April 11, 2006 | Comments

If the idea of seeing Eddie Griffin in an action movie isn’t enough to get you excited for "Redline," perhaps this will: One of the producers will trash his $200k Porsche for one of the action scenes.

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Nathan Phillips and Eddie Griffin are toplining "Redline," an auto thriller being directed by stunt coordinator-turned-director Andy Cheng. Daniel Sadek is producing via his Chicago Pictures banner. The film also stars Nadia Bjorlin ("Days of Our Lives") and will feature a cameo from Wyclef Jean, who is scoring the movie. Not only is Sadek, a real estate investor-turned-producer, financing the pic to the tune of $26 million, but he also is using his personal car collection for the car sequences. Sadek is putting his Phantom, Lamborghini Murcielago, Enzo Ferrari, Ferrari F430, Ferrari Scaglietti and two McLarens, among others, in the movie and will destroy one of his two $200,000 Porsche Carrera GTs in one sequence."

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