November is always one of the most exciting in NFL football. A month where the two teams most likely headed to the Super Bowl really begin to separate themselves, November culminates with the games on Thanksgiving Day—an American television traditional as much a part of the holiday as turkey and pumpkin pie. In looking forward to the great holiday matchups ahead, we put together this shortlist of classics owned by some of the biggest past and present names in football.
When it comes to famous cars in film, director John Carpenter is probably best known for the film adaptation of a certain Stephen King novel about a demonically possessed Plymouth. Here’s a closer look at a few other Carpenter films and the now memorable classics this influential director of horror used to set the stage.
Best known for portraying rebellious, anti-hero characters who challenged the status-quo, “The King of Cool” made most of his best and most memorable films throughout the 1960s and ’70s — decades coinciding with some of the last century’s most iconic automobiles. Check out this shortlist of the most memorable McQueen movie cars.
Over the course of his long Hollywood career, Robert Redford starred in many great film dramas where some great old cars helped set the stage. The actor turns 78 this month, providing a perfect excuse for looking back at the best Redford movie classic cars of all time.