Will Smith has expressed his interest in being involved in the racing movie featuring Lewis Hamilton and Brad Pitt. It is not yet known whether the actor will actually appear in the film. More information will be available in the future.
It’s possible that Will Smith won’t be part of the Formula One movie that features Brad Pitt and Lewis Hamilton. For those who don’t know, Lewis Hamilton, a seven-time F1 champion, is preparing to produce his upcoming film, which he claims will be the best racing movie ever made.
Last year in October, Hamilton expressed his optimism, saying, “I have very high expectations for it. I am confident that we will create the greatest racing movie ever produced, with exceptional visuals and emotional impact that will resonate with all racing fans.”
Will Smith be in Lewis Hamilton’s movie?
Will Smith, an Academy Award-winning actor, and fan of Lewis Hamilton, has stated that he would be thrilled to appear in the racing movie. In an interview with Sky Sports before the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, Smith mentioned that he has not yet been approached for the role but would be eager to participate. He also joked that he might need to lose weight as his current physique may not fit well in a car.
It remains uncertain whether Smith will be offered a role in Hamilton’s film, and fans will have to wait for further updates.
Despite his involvement in the production of the film, the F1 champion has stated that he will not be acting in it. Hamilton explained that the drivers would be participating in the filming of the on-track sequences, but he acknowledged that they are not professional actors. Therefore, it is likely that he will not have an acting role in the movie either.
More about Lewis Hamilton’s movie
Joseph Kosinski, an Oscar-nominated director who directed Top Gun: Maverick, will direct Lewis Hamilton’s upcoming racing movie. The film will feature some of the same technology used in Top Gun, and it will be produced by Hamilton’s new production company, Dawn Apollo Films, in collaboration with Apple. The screenplay will be written by Ehren Kruger, who was also the writer for Top Gun: Maverick.