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  • Trailer 1

Movie Info & Cast


Set in early 1980s California, the story follows the meteoric rise of the golden boy of the automotive industry, John DeLorean (Pace) and his iconic DeLorean Motor Company, through the eyes of his friendship with charming, ex-con pilot turned FBI informant, Jim Hoffman (Sudeikis). DeLorean turned to unsavory activities to save his financially troubled DeLorean Motor Company, and it was Hoffman who was all too willing to lure the car designer/engineer into a cocaine trafficking ring set up by the FBI. Isabel Arraiza is Cristina DeLorean, DeLorean’s fashion model wife, Judy Greer (Ant-Man, Jurassic World, War for the Planet of the Apes) is Ellen Hoffman, Hoffman’s direct, no nonsense wife and Corey Stoll (First Man, Ant-Man, Midnight in Paris) is ambitious FBI Special Agent Benedict Tisa.


  • Erin Moriarty
  • Lee Pace
  • Judy Greer
  • Jason Sudeikis
  • Corey Stoll
  • Justin Bartha
  • Michael Cudlitz
  • Isabel Arraiza
  • Iddo Goldberg
  • Tara Summers

Did You Know?


  • Driven was selected to close the 75th Venice International Film Festival.
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  • When Ellen discovers the microphone taped to Jim's chest, she rips it off leaving a slight bald spot on Jim's very hairy chest. However, as the scene progresses, the bald spot disappears, the hanging microphone changes position and absolutely no hair appears on the, perfectly "X" shaped, tape that was once stuck to all that hair.
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Aug 15, 2019

If the pic is ultimately an entertaining ride, it is because Sudeikis takes the audience by the hand through this very unlikely story that was inspired by true events.

Metacritic review by Boyd van Hoeij
Boyd van Hoeij
The Hollywood Reporter
Aug 15, 2019

Odd as it is to watch both DeLoreans treated as afterthoughts, Driven is a joyride more interested in the journey than in any significant destination.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman