Apple TV+ confirmed this week that it has picked up a new Formula 1 movie starring Brad Pitt with racing driver Lewis Hamilton involved in the project. Now, the F1 champion has broken his silence on the project to explain why he believes his film will be better than any of the previous ones.
While little is known about the Apple TV+ movie, we do know that Pitt will play a driver who comes out of retirement “to compete alongside a rookie driver against the titans of the sport.” Now Hamilton has spoken to Sky Sports about the project, although he doesn’t seem to want to talk too much about it. However, he did give us a glimpse of what we can expect from the untitled movie: the show.
Hamilton says previous F1 movies haven’t been “spectacular” and that’s something he wants to change this time around. He also talked about his intention to make the film, both in front of and behind the screen, as diverse as possible. The Briton has been talking about such things for a long time and he wants it to continue.
Unfortunately, it looks like those hoping to see a cameo from the driver will be disappointed: Hamilton says he has no plans to take on any acting roles, though that may change. When asked when the shooting would start, there was no answer and everything could change between the start of shooting and the arrival of the film on our screens.
However, we will eventually see Hamilton on our screens. The driver is the subject of an Apple TV+ documentary that will include “full access to Hamilton and his team, on and off the track, and a cast of guest interviews.”
When that will be, no one knows. However, we do know that you will need an Apple TV+ subscription to watch it. The $4.99 per month subscription is one of the best in the business, especially when taken as part of the Apple One subscription.
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