Ron Howard Talks The World of Formula 1 With Larry King

Ron Howard talks with Larry King about his new movie "Rush" on "Larry King Now" today.

Ron Howard has directed movies about missions to the moon in "Apollo 13," boxing in "Cinderella Man," and even adapted the Dr. Seuss book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."

Now Howard is taking on Formula 1 racing in his newest film "Rush," which tells the story of F1 rivals Niki Lauda and James Hunt. Howard spoke about the upcoming film with Larry King during today's all-new "Larry King Now."

"This is a labor of love movie from top to bottom," Howard explained to Larry, who himself had seen the movie just days before the interview.
Of course, Larry couldn't let Ron leave without asking him about his various other famous roles, including his role as the narrator in Arrested Development and as Opie in "The Andy Griffith Show."


Hear what Andy Griffith episode Ron loves most and much more on today's new "Larry King Now" on Ora TV & Hulu at 5 pm ET, but first catch some highlights of the episode right now:

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