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Brad Pitt’s latest movie role is very… spicy.
Apple Studios has acquired a project co-produced by Pitt’s Plan B Productions set in the world of Formula 1.
The film will be directed by “Top Gun: Maverick” director Joseph Kosinski and will include seven-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton and “Days of Thunder” producer Jerry Bruckheimer on the production team.
The film is yet to be titled, but will see Pitt “as a racing driver coming out of retirement to join a rookie driver to battle the sport’s titans.”
Pitt, 58, is much older than all modern Formula 1 drivers.
Fernando Alonso, 40, is the oldest driver on the grid for the 2022 season, while seven-time champion Michael Schumacher retired from the series for the second time in 2012 at the age of 43, making him the oldest driver of the past quarter-century.
However, several drivers raced well into their 50s in the early days of Formula 1, with Louis Chiron holding the record as the oldest to qualify for and compete in a race at the age of 55 in 1955.
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Pitt already has a previous connection with Formula 1.
At the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix, the Jaguar F1 team was sponsored by Pitt’s movie “Ocean’s 12” and each of its cars had an authentic $400,000 diamond embedded in the nose cone.
One of the cars, driven by rookie Christian Klein, crashed on the opening lap and the diamond lost in the wreckage has never been found.
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A release date for the film has not been announced.