5 Movies with GMC Cars as Stars

The GMC brand is known for its capable but sophisticated lineup of SUVs and pickups. At DeVoe Buick GMC, we love seeing our favorite GMC vehicles on the road, but we also love to catch them on the big screen. Here are five movies with GMC cars as their star.

movies with GMC

The Notebook (2004)

This classic romance film was one of the first chances crowds had to fall in love with the handsome Ryan Gosling, but we have to assume that his 1935 GMC QB truck was part of the charm.

The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

A slightly newer GMC truck plays a role in this romance film when Clint Eastwood’s character drives a 1960 GMC 1500.

Aliens vs. Predator – Requiem (2007)

Thanks to this movie, it has been proven that the 2005 GMC Yukon XL is the perfect vehicle to take when you’re heading out to defeat the Predators and the Aliens.

Joe (2013)

This serious drama makes room for the 1997 GMC C-15, which helps to drive the plot, telling a story of young Gary and his new father-figure Joe.

Transformers (2007)

The Transformers franchise takes the opportunity to showcase many different manufacturers. You’ll spot plenty of GMC cars in these movies, like the GMC Topkick C4500 which turns into the Autobot Ironhide. We’re waiting for GMC to release this transformative feature as a standard for us to try, but until then we’ll have to settle for binge-watching Michael Bay’s Transformers series.

Tailgating Ideas

We love tailgating at DeVoe Buick GMC, so we’re always looking for new tailgating ideas. Looking to take your tailgating parties to the next level? Then it’s time to stray from the standard burger and chips. With an updated menu and some fresh meal plans, your friends will never want anyone else to host the tailgating festivities.

tailgating ideas

Mini Sandwiches

A selection of cheeses, meats, and veggies can make for some delicious, cool sandwiches that you can prepare the night before. Use miniature buns or assemble on a baguette that can be sliced into small sandwiches. Place sandwiches in ziplock bags and keep refrigerated until it’s time to go.

Chips and Dip

Knock regular old chips and salsa out of the park by making a trio of your own homemade dips. You’ll have no trouble finding recipes for things like grilled salsa, easy guacamole, cheese dips, and more.

Stews, Soups, and Gumbos

When the weather cools down, let your guests warm up with more than just hot chocolate and coffee. Crock-pot recipes for soups, stews, and gumbos let you cook your meal overnight. Come morning, it’s ready to store in thermoses where it will stay warm until you’re ready to serve it later.