I’ve Been Driving All Night, My Hand’s Wet on the Wheel: These Baby Driver Trailers Will Leave You Frothing at the Mouth for Edgar Wright’s Latest

There are very few movie trailers that leave you with the heart-pounding exhilaration Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver does, and that’s because of a wonderful combination of perfect pacing, action sequences and fantastic music choice. Starring Ansel Elgort as Baby, the music-driven getaway driver who works for Kevin Spacey’s Doc — and falls for Lily James’ Debora — the movie took SXSW by storm, and from the teasers, it’s easy to see why.

As a huge fan of music driven film, by the end of these two trailers I feel almost out of breath. Hot damn, and hurry up June 28th!

And, here’s the you-really-want-to-watch-this extended version.

That song, by the by, is Golden Earring’s brilliant Radar Love. The first trailer features OTC’s Takilla.

Baby Driver also stars Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Jon Bernthal, Sky Ferreira, Eiza González and RHCP’s Flea.

Here’s the full soundtrack:

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Bellbottoms
Bob & Earl, Harlem Shuffle
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, Egyptian Reggae
Googie Rene, Smokey Joe’s La La
The Beach Boys, Let’s Go Away For Awhile
Carla Thomas, B-A-B-Y
Kashmere Stage Band, Kashmere
Dave Brubeck, Unsquare Dance
The Damned, Neat Neat Neat
The Commodores, Easy (Single Version)
T. Rex, Debora
Beck, Debra
Incredible Bongo Band, Bongolia
The Detroit Emeralds, Baby Let Me Take You (in My Arms)
Alexis Korner, Early In The Morning
David McCallum, The Edge
Martha and the Vandellas, Nowhere To Run
The Button Down Brass, Tequila
Sam & Dave, When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Brenda Holloway, Every Little Bit Hurts
Blur, Intermission
Focus, Hocus Pocus (Original Single Version)
Golden Earring, Radar Love (1973 Single Edit)
Barry White, Never, Never Gone Give Ya Up
Young MC, Know How
Queen, Brighton Rock
Sky Ferreira, Easy (not available)
Simon & Garfunkel, Baby Driver
Kid Koala, Was He Slow (Credit Roll Version)
Danger Mouse (featuring Run The Jewels and Big Boi) – Chase Me


Cindy Davis

Cindy Davis has been writing about the entertainment industry for ​over ten years, and is the ​Editor-in-Chief at Oohlo, where she muses over television, movies, and pop culture. Previous Senior News Editor at Pajiba, and published at BUST.

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