Goodyear's Iconic Moments in Hollywood

Goodyear, a name synonymous with tires, has left its mark on the silver screen numerous times. As the company celebrates its 125th anniversary, let's take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the most iconic movies where Goodyear made a cameo:

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August 18, 2023
  1. Cars (2006 – 2017): Pixar's collaboration with Goodyear brought the fictional 'Lightyear' brand to life, making Lightning McQueen's adventures feel all the more authentic.
  2. Herbie (1968 – 2005): The lovable VW Beetle, Herbie, sported Goodyear tires in multiple movies, racing to victory in "Herbie Fully Loaded."
  3. Scarface (1983): Tony Montana's rise to power is punctuated by the Goodyear Blimp displaying the message, "The World is yours."
  4. The Batman (2022): The Batmobile, an emblem of the Dark Knight, is fitted with Mickey Thompson tires, a brand acquired by Goodyear in 2021.
  5. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969): James Bond's thrilling car chases are made possible with Goodyear rally tires, ensuring grip even in the most treacherous conditions.
  6. Back to the Future Part I and II (1985 – 1989): The iconic DeLorean's time-traveling escapades are supported by the Goodyear Eagle GT tires.
  7. Ford Vs Ferrari (2019): Chronicling the legendary rivalry at Le Mans, Goodyear tires play a pivotal role in Ford's historic victory.
  8. Rush (2013): This gripping tale of the rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda showcases Goodyear's dominance in Formula 1 racing.
  9. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018): Goodyear's military-grade MV/T tires are the choice for armored trucks navigating the treacherous terrains of Isla Nublar.
  10. Fight Club (1999): In this cult classic, Goodyear's branding is prominently featured at the tire service shop, adding a touch of realism to the surreal narrative.

From thrilling car chases to heartwarming tales, Goodyear's presence in Hollywood is a testament to its enduring legacy in both the automotive and entertainment industries.

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