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Real Fighters Never Quit: Miles Teller Talks BLEED FOR THIS (Exclusive Interview)

Nearly a decade ago, then-twenty year old Miles Teller found himself impacted by a life-changing car accident. "My buddy lost control of my car going 80 mph. We flipped eight times," Teller said of the near fatal crash. "I got ejected out the window. The car landed and I was just laying like 50 feet from the car, unconscious, covered in blood. My buddy thought I was dead." Teller, now 29, would go on to lead Hollywood's latest charge of young and rising stars, with turns in such critically acclaimed works as The Spectacular Now and Whiplash. Teller's best outing yet comes in Bleed For This as real-life boxing champion Vinny "The Pazmanian Devil" Pazienza, who fights his way back from debilitating injuries - sustained in a grisly and graphically-depicted car accident - to return to his rightful place in the ring.

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