"I asked my Dad and he felt it was time to do it," says Dana Brown, 54. "To be honest On Any Sunday is my favorite film ever. It's very big shoes to fill."
"Steve was just unique. He was a legend, a star. But he was also a really good motorcycle racer," says Dana Brown. "There's not really an equal to him now."
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Now it's time for the On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter directed by Dana Brown, the son of the famed director and producer. The new film, a production of Red Bull Media House, is due out in theaters this fall.
goes to various arenas around the world for the action. But it also travels to Africa where a foundation called "Riders for Health" provides motorcycles to move medical supplies to remote areas.
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sport has changed so much since On Any Sunday came out," he says. "There are so many great and interesting people involved with it now. It just seemed like a great opportunity."
The film features interviews and footage with the greatest riders today, including MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez, Carlin Dunne, motocross star Ashley Fiolek and Travis Pastrana (among others).was kind of frowned upon. It was 'bad guys,' Hell's Angels, that kind of thing," says Bruce Brown. "I think On Any Sunday changed that. Now it's much more accepted. Now they are selling out stadiums all over the world."
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Dana Brown, son of filmmaker Bruce Brown, has revisited the classic documentary "On Any Sunday" with "On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter," due out this fall. It featured Hollywood icon Steve McQueen, was nominated for a best documentary Oscar and introduced the sport to a generation of Americans.
The new chapter features interviews and stunning images of this varied world shot in Ultra HD with cutting edge cameras including the Phantom High Speed Camera, which allows for supreme slow motion to highlight the high speed drama.
Motorcycle classic 'On Any Sunday' gets a next chapter
The new film shows just how mainstream motorcycles and their brethren have become in the United States and the world. Bruce Brown recalls that motocross held on enclosed off road circuits consisting of winding dirt trails and often muddy terrain did not have a presence at the time the original film was made. Now motocross and the varied world of motorcycles are everywhere.
"We tried to bring as much technology to bring the poetry and the action," says Dana Brown. "There's a couple of these Phantom shots that are ridiculous poetry."
"It's a big canvas, just like On Any Sunday," says Dana Brown.
Bruce Brown, 76, (who also directed the 1966 surf classic The Endless Summer) agrees it was time to make a new documentary showing the world of motorcycle racing more than 40 years later after his groundbreaking film.
While celebrities such as Mickey Rourke and Bo Derek are interviewed for the film, Dana Brown says there are no Hollywood personalities like McQueen Puma Ankle Shoes who had a key financing role as well as being featured in the original.
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