Driven (2001)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Drama, Sport

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A young hot shot driver is in the middle of a championship season and is coming apart at the seams. A former CART champion is called in to give him guidance.

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  • Michael Sercerchi in Driven (2001)
  • Til Schweiger and Kip Pardue in Driven (2001)
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  • Sylvester Stallone and Cristián de la Fuente in Driven (2001)
  • Estella Warren in Driven (2001)
  • Michael Sercerchi in Driven (2001)

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Did You Know?


The helmet design used by Beau Brandenburg is actually used by Juan Pablo Montoya in real life. Joe Tanto has Maurício Gugelmin's design.


Beau Brandenburg: This is my life.
Sophia Simone: This is not your life! This is what you do for a living.
Beau Brandenburg: My mind has to be out there, not in here. So right now this is my life.
Sophia Simone: So, what am I? What am I?
Beau Brandenburg: A distraction.


During the first race at Chicago, we hear Paul Page, a well known CART and IndyCar commentator, describing the race. However, the following shot of the TV booth shows two men, neither of whom is Page.

Alternate Versions

In the original version of the film when Memo Heguy's (de la Fuente) car wrecks and is thrown upside down in the river, Joe Tanto (Stallone) jumped into the river with Jimmy Bly (Pardue) to save him. Beau Brandenburg (Schweiger) was not involved in this scene at all originally. But director Renny Harlin thought that it made the Beau Brandenburg character look totally heartless. So Stallone rewrote the scene taking his character Joe Tanto out of it completely. He instead put his character in the pits the entire time. The scene was partly reshot in a similar location in California, instead of returning to Germany where the original scene was filmed. Stallone wrote that the Brandenburg character turns his car around and helps save Memo from drowning. Parts of the original scene featuring Joe Tanto, were for the most part not reshot. Digital Effects company Pixel Magic digitally erased Tanto out of the scene. Aside from this scene, other scenes involving Beau Brandenburg were rewritten during filming to make his character more likable and misunderstood. Some of these scenes include the ending of the film and a scene where Brandenburg denies a female fan a kiss.


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Written by Gavin King, Herby Acer, Eric Johnson, Christopher Martin & Christopher Reid
Courtesy of V2 Records, Inc.


Plot Summary


Action | Drama | Sport


Release Date:

27 April 2001


English, German, Spanish

Country of Origin

USA, Canada, Australia

Filming Locations

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Box Office


$94,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$12,174,504 (USA) (29 April 2001)


$32,616,869 (USA) (8 July 2001)

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