Cadillac CTS-V: A Big Screen Favorite
The Cadillac CTS-V is hitting the big screen today in the movie Alex Cross, based upon the popular James Patterson series. Behind the wheel of the CTS-V is the movie’s villain, Picasso.
Torque News spoke with Matthew Fox, who portrays Picasso. Fox was pleased with the choice of the CTS-V for his character: “I like the choice; it was good,” said Fox. “It was just stealth enough, sexy enough and fast enough. But at the same time it didn’t stand out too much. It’s under the radar enough.”
GM cars are a favorite of director Rob Cohen, who also directed The Fast and the Furious. He insisted on the use of GM vehicles since the movie was filmed in Detroit.
This is not the first time you’ve seen the CTS-V on the large and small screens. Since it’s introduction to the market in 2004, this Cadillac has been featured in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Jack and Jill, Criminal Minds, Dallas, CSI: Miami and Necessary Roughness.
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Source: Torque News
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