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Jason Statham, Death Race (1)

Jason Statham, Death Race (1)

Jensen Ames (Jason Statham) drives Frankenstein’s Monster in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Takashi Seida

Jason Statham, Death Race (2)

Jason Statham, Death Race (2)

Jason Statham as Jensen Ames in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Takashi Seida

Jason Statham, Fred Koehler, Death Race (4)

Jason Statham, Fred Koehler, Death Race (4)

Left to right: Jensen Ames (Jason Statham) and Lists (Fred Koehler) work on Frankenstein’s Monster in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Takashi Seida

Jason Statham, Death Race (6)

Jason Statham, Death Race (6)

Jensen Ames (Jason Statham) at the steel mill in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Takashi Seida

Jason Clarke, Jason Statham, Joan Allen, Death Race (10)

Jason Clarke, Jason Statham, Joan Allen, Death Race (10)

Left to right: Guard Ulrich (Jason Clarke), Jensen Ames as Frankenstein (Jason Statham) and warden Hennessey (Joan Allen) in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Takashi Seida

Jason Statham, Death Race (12)

Jason Statham, Death Race (12)

Jensen Ames (Jason Statham) kills time in his prison cell in an action-thriller set in the near future with the world’s most brutal sporting event as its backdrop in “Death Race”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

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