Mattel’s toy Hot Wheels racing car will also have its own movie. According to media reports, Warner Bros. will partner with Mattel to make a film based on a toy Hot Wheels race car.
And Jeffrey Jacob Abrams’ Bad Robot production company, will become the film’s producers.
Hot Wheels is a world-renowned car model brand, developed by Mattel in the United States.
In 1968, it began to appear on the market. In addition to the often dazzling patterns on the body and exaggerated shapes, it was sold in a combination package of large boxes, which was also one of their characteristics.
In 1974, Hot Wheels treated the car with a special paint and baking paint to give the car body a charming luster. The production volume so far has exceeded 4 billion units.
In Warner’s plans, the film will be made into a live-action racing action movie.
There have been media reports that the film will be directed by Justin Lin, but this news has not been confirmed by the producer.
Toy movie adaptations have been Hollywood’s cash cows since “Transformers.”
In addition to Transformers, My Little Pony, Trolls, Barbie, Lego and other toys have their own big movie works.