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Formula 1 Movie Coming From Apple, Bruckheimer, Kosinski and Pitt

Apple Studios has landed the sought-after Formula 1 racing feature from Joseph Kosinski, Plan B Entertainment and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, starring Academy Award winner Brad Pitt (upcoming Bullet Train).

Kosinski (Top Gun: Maverick) is set to direct, and will produce the feature alongside seven-time Formula 1 champion Sir Lewis Hamilton, Plan B Entertainment (World War Z), Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman of Jerry Bruckheimer Films (Top Gun: Maverick, Pirates of the Caribbean franchise).

Formula 1 Movie Coming From Apple, Bruckheimer, Bruckheimer and Pitt

Brad Pitt stars as a driver who comes out of retirement to compete alongside a rookie driver against the titans of the sport.

The film is produced by Bruckheimer and Oman of Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Kosinski, Mercedes driver and seven-time Formula 1 champion Hamilton, and Plan B Entertainment.

Formula 1 Movie

Copper CEO Penni Thow serves as executive producer. Ehren Kruger (Top Gun: Maverick) will write the screenplay.

This marks Apple Studios’ second feature with Pitt and Plan B Entertainment, who are partnering, along with George Clooney‘s Smokehouse, on the Jon Watts-directed untitled film starring Pitt and Clooney.

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