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Headline: Miss Tara Creates Song for New John Travolta Movie, Speed Kills

Toronto based DJ and producer, Miss Tara, has moved into making music for Hollywood movies, with her recent production of the song for the upcoming John Travolta movie, “Speed Kills.”

The song is a Latin banger featuring Miss Tara’s catchy, summertime beats over Colombian singer, Jaycob Duque, mellifluous vocals. The song flawlessly suits the movie’s contents. Miss Tara ‘Speed Kills’ (Feat. Jaycob Duque) will be distributed by Universal Music Latin Entertainment / Aftercluv.

Speed Kills, is loosely based on a true story and about a speedboat racing champion/multimillionaire, Ben Aronow, played by John Travolta, who leads a double life that lands him in trouble with the law, mob, and drug lords.

The movie is produced by Hannibal Pictures’ producer’s Richard Rionda Del Castro, Luillo Luiz and Oscar Generale. Soundtrack is composed by Geronimo Mercado and produced by Laurent Eyquem. The Music Video is produced by Jean Marc Lopez and Tara Mobayen.

The stars are John Travolta, Kathryn Winnick, Kellan Lutz, Jordi Molla, James Remar, Jennifer Esposito, Tom Sizemore, Moran Atias.

The film is being distributed by Hannibal Classics and is soon set to reach audiences across the world.

Miss Tara just filmed the music video for “Speed Kills” with ‘Apache Star’ one of the most famous and valuable powerboat ever built in the United Stated of America. Built in 1992 the speedboat has only been three times in competition. She successfully became two times a world champion. In 2015 she made a world record from USA to Cuba in only 90 minute.
‘Apache Star’ is owned by Roger Anthony Cassius Klueh, a German charismatic racer and ex ice hockey professional.

Additionally, Producer Richard Rionda Del Castro and his partners Travis Cloyd and Guy Griffithe of TopdogVR are announcing a 360 degree experience was shot along side the feature film.
The groundbreaking experience is 8 episodes at 7-9mins per episode covering immersive boat racing, mobster beatings, drug running and DEA chasing in 360 degree’s of action packed content with all stars involved. It is one of the first VR period drama’s to ever be released and certainly the longest produced ever to date.
Coming off a massive win for the Best Feature Film VR 2018 at Cinequest Film Festival in Silicon Valley this past month, the cinematic virtual reality episodic experience ‘Speed Kills VR’ is releasing to market April 25th 2018.
Speed Kills VR will also be premiering at Marché Du Film Festival Du Cannes May 8-17 in France and will also release on Google DayDream, Oculus Gear VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Viveport and iOS on April 25th. Also, just in time for the Oculus Go stand alone headset to release to market in May within the US.

About the Movie:
The film starts with Aronow being a millionaire construction manager, who suddenly relocates himself and his family from New Jersey to Miami Beach.

He leaves behind his successful business, remarkable classic car collection, and luxurious home in Jersey to find a fresh start in Miami Beach.

Once in Miami, Aronow finds his shady, mob connections, but wants to start a new life without any muscle behind him.

He soon finds his happiness in powerboat racing and purchases a powerboat.

After being narrowly defeated in the prestigious Miami to Nassau Race, from his boat overheating, he makes it his mission to become a champion racer.

To achieve this, he creates his first company “Formula Marine.” Through Formula Marine he introduced innovations that quickly became the standard in powerboat racing.

After building the value of the company he sells it for millions and later creates a new company called “Magnum Marine,”

One year after finding the company he wins his first power boat championship but he has spent so much money on racing that he is unable to keep up financially.

At this time, Aronow sees no other choice than to call his mob benefactor, the notorious Meyer Lansky.

After becoming partners with Meyer, he soon becomes a respected earner for the mob. While working with the mob he becomes enemies with Meyer’s nephew Ben Kramer, a hot-headed marijuana trafficker.

With his criminal connections, Aronow begins making more money than he knows what to do with but becomes tired of running all the mob’s errands.

His lavish lifestyle of womanizing drives his wife away and he finds new love with his new wife Lillian, a smart and gorgeous woman of prestige.

Aronow’s boats, racing championships, and likeable personality leads him to fame. Through his reputation he is able to sell boats to celebrities like the Beatles and politicians like George H.W Bush.

One developing a relationship with Bush, he sees an opportunity to leave his criminal ties behind and do everything legitimately.

Once Bush became vice president of the United States, he is able to form deals where he provides the boats for customs service, and the DEA. However, it is at this time that Aronow’s enemy, Kramer, forces him to turn over the company.

Frustrated with Kramer, he tries to fight back but finds himself in the middle of a money laundering investigation involving the entire mob.

With time running out, Aronow learns that a forthcoming subpoena may be the only thing that might keep him behind the bars.

The true story, featuring Miss Tara’s hit, Latin theme track, “Speed Kills” will hit theatres worldwide in November.