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Slideshow: Danny Masterson of ‘That ‘70s Show’ Has a ‘Need For Speed’

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Both models display a great car chassis at the premiere party.

CHICAGO – The gamer world is abuzz about the upcoming release of the popular title “Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.” On Saturday, August 7th, Chicago felt the heat at the premiere party for the game, with a special appearance by DJ Mom Jeans, also known as Danny Masterson, who portrayed Steven Hyde on “That ‘70s Show.”

The Debonair Social Club in Chicago was the site of the kick-off, as Masterson entertained the gathered enthusiasts, who got to test “drive” the new game, as well as get their picture taken with cars and models based on Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.

Click “Next” and “Previous to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

  1. Speed1: Danny Masterson in his role as DJ Mom Jeans in Chicago, August 7th, 2010.
  2. Speed2: Car and Model, based on game ‘Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.’
  3. Speed3: More Car and Model heat at the premiere party for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
  4. Speed4: Both models display a great car chassis at the premiere party.

“Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit” is scheduled for release on November 16th, 2010
wherever video games are sold.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

Senior Staff Writer

© 2010 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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