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Topic - Michael Peña
Actor Michael Pena got his first look at the Indianapolis 500, two days after the movie "Turbo" premiered in Indianapolis.
An off-duty police officer was convicted Tuesday of grabbing a schoolteacher off a street and sexually assaulting her, and jurors have been told to keep deliberating on some unresolved counts, including rape.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena got a front row seat to Los Angeles gang violence.
Michael Pena, star of the upcoming animated auto racing film "Turbo" and the honorary starter for the race, said he was amazed by the energy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during his first trip to the track.
"It's one thing seeing it on television, but being here is something else," he said.