Brad Pitt’s Formula One movie to hit theatres in summer 2025

Brad Pitt‘s Formula One movie is announced to be release in summer 2025.   According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is scheduled to debut in North America on June 27, 2025, and will release internationally on June 25.

This marks a significant collaboration between Apple and Warner Bros., ensuring a wide theatrical release with a minimum 30-day run, a strategy previously used with hits like Killers of the Flower Moon and Napoleon.

The film, produced by racing legend Lewis Hamilton, features an ensemble cast including Damson Idris, Kerry Condon, and Javier Bardem.

Directed by Joseph Kosinski, known for Top Gun: Maverick, the movie stars Pitt as a retired driver who makes a comeback to Formula 1, partnering with Idris’s character at the fictional team APXGP.

The production involves ten real Formula 1 teams, with some scenes shot during actual F1 races, adding authenticity to the high-octane story. Kosinski, alongside producer Jerry Bruckheimer, reunites with his Top Gun: Maverick team for this upcoming project.

Source: People

In other news – Kim Kardashian urges fans to must-see Celine Dion’s documentary

Kim Kardashian attended the premiere of Celine Dion’s documentary I Am: Celine Dion on Monday. Dion, who announced her diagnosis of Stiff-person syndrome in December 2022, is set to release a documentary which which documents her battle with rare-neurological illness on June 25, 2024.

Kim Kardashian

Taking to Instagram Story, Kim shared glimpses from the premiere of the documentary and showed her support to Dion. The SKIMS founder urged everyone to ‘must see’ the documentary and praised the My Heart Will Go On singer. Read more

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