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The new film “Ford v Ferrari” tells how the two automakers went head to head in the 1960s, and stars Josh Lucas and Jon Bernthal are in the TODAY studio to talk about it. Bernthal says “it was a real honor” to play automobile executive Lee Iacocca, and Lucas explains that the racing scenes need to be seen in the theater to be fully appreciated.