There's few better ways to grab attention than by posting shots of the classic F1 race cars "Rush" will use, like the Tyrrell:
Instead of relying on computer graphics, Howard appears intent on recreating races with as much authenticity as possible -- from the tracks to the cars, a process that requires far more work on the ground.
It's not just on-track shots -- "Rush" will delve into a wild period in racing, where F1 drivers doubled as global superstars. That requires all sorts of period work:
And in true Twitter addict fashion, Howard doesn't stop sharing even in his off hours, such as when the crew threw him a birthday party:
"Rush," starring Chris Helmsworth and Daniel Brühl, should be released next year; since filming's only been underway for a few days, Howard still has much to tweet.