F1: A roaring teaser for the new Apple film with Brad Pitt

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Damson Idris and Brad Pitt in F1.

Damson Idris and Brad Pitt in F1.

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Fasten your seatbelts, it's time to enter the race alongside Brad Pitt with the first images of F1. This Apple movie dedicated, as its name suggests, to Formula 1, will be released in theaters on June 25, 2025 and promises to give spectators the impression of experiencing this sport as if they were behind the wheel.

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A fictional team on real circuits

Directed by Joseph Kosinski, who has already proven that he knows how to stage ultra-fast machines in Top Gun: Maverick, F1 was shot in collaboration with Formula 1. The feature film was filmed during real Grand Prixand this no later than last week during the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

The return to the circuit came after last year's actors' strike prevented the film's crew from capturing all the footage they needed for the film. F1The film is produced by Apple, Jerry Bruckheimer and even Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton, whose involvement in the film extends to the script.

The F1 poster.

The feature film stars Brad Pitt (Bullet Train) as Sonny Hayes, a former F1 driver who returns to racing to team up with and mentor young Joshua Pearce (Damson Idris, seen in the series Snowfall) within the fictional APXGP team, whose boss is played by Javier Bardem (Dune).

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As shown in the images below, F1 also has Kerry Condon (The Banshees of Inisherin), Tobias Menzies (Manhunt), Sarah Niles (Ted Lasso), Kim Bodnia (Killing Eve) and Samson Kayo (Our Flag Means Death).

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F1 like you've never seen it before

At the microphone of DeadlineJerry Bruckheimer explained that one of the first things Lewis Hamilton mentioned when he launched this project was that no film had ever managed to capture the feeling of being in a Formula 1 car.

To be as close to reality as possible, the team built a vehicle that looks like a Formula 1 car but is in fact a modification of a Formula 2 car.

“We worked closely with Mercedes, their design team and their aerodynamicists, to develop a custom body that looks like the latest generation of Formula 1 cars. They are built specifically for this film. They also incorporate 15 camera mounts, including recorders, batteries and transmitters. They are made to shoot films, but they are fundamentally racing cars.“, Kosinski explained.

Joseph Kosinski and Brad Pitt on the set of the new Apple movie.

Joseph Kosinski and Brad Pitt on the set of the new Apple movie.

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And the innovation doesn't stop there, because the cameras used to film the drivers up close have been specially developed by Sony so as not to be too heavy and slow down the cars.

Overall, the intention of Kosinski and the producers is to make viewing F1 as immersive as possible, which is why the film also features real pilots. Formula 1 and incorporates real racing events.

“For the die-hard fans, who really know these races, they're going to be inside a race and watch, from our characters' perspective, events that really happened unfold.”Bruckheimer said. “It's a fun magic trick to perform, I think people will enjoy it.”

See you on June 25, 2025 to see Brad Pitt play the pilots in F1.

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