Monday, June 30, 2014

BMW in the Movies

BMW is the affluent foreign car of choice. With its sleek lines and rich colors, it is sure to catch the eye of any passersby. Meticulous interior designs, fine stitching and top of the line technology make BMW the ultimate in beauty, quality, and innovation. Not only do celebrities and everyday people drive the BMW, they are coveted for display in movies and to feature for their characters to drive. BMW’s appear in hundreds if not thousands of movies.

The BMW has appeared across the decades in movies far and wide. They have appeared in films overseas and here in the United States. In 2012, the BMW 3 Series made its appearance in the movie Old School as well as the blockbuster movie Pacific Rim. The 2007 3 Series was driven in The Bounty Hunter featuring Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler. The Millers drove around in the BMW 5 Series and the 7 Series showed up in Now You See Me.

Moving on to more sporty cars, it isn’t a coincidence that the BMW 650i was the car of choice for Cameron Diaz to drive in Bad Teacher. This is 40 would of course add to the plot a midlife crisis, which of course would have the need for a 550i. The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn sports the 750Li, while Endless Love chose to feature the 650i Gran Coupe.

Action movies also love to include the exotic BMW. James Bond films debuted the BMW in several of its movies which include the 750iL in Tomorrow Never Dies, and the Z8 in The World is Not Enough to name a couple. Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol starring Tom Cruise showcased the BMW 6 Series, and The Transporter starring Jason Statham exhibited the X3.

It doesn’t matter if it is a comedy, drama, or action movie, you are sure to see the BMW in the movies. From the earliest day of the BMW to current model year, the sporty glamorous car is sure to turn heads in the movies and on the road.  Wherever the car may roam, its style and handling is sure to impress even those who may be skeptics, turning them into lifelong fans of the BMW.

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