Brad Pitt's 'F1' Film Ignites Buzz with Early Teaser – Watch Now

Brad Pitt races into action in new F1 movie.

by Nouman Rasool
Brad Pitt's 'F1' Film Ignites Buzz with Early Teaser – Watch Now
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Apple and Warner Bros are making people look forward to the Brad Pitt F1 movie, which Joseph Kosinski directed, by releasing the first teaser. Due to come out on the 25th of June 2025 in international markets and on the 27th of June 2025 in the North American markets, fans can expect a hair-raising experience.

The teaser itself presents a small idea about F1 racing with Pitt as a determined racer. He is heard giving instructions to his engineer, played by Kerry Condon, to build a car that is especially good in turns as opposed to the straights.

When Condon asks whether such a design is safe, Pitt’s character fires back: “Who said anything about safe?” This exchange, as well as overviews, suggest that the film is about a sport that one cannot consider safe.

Set to the music of Queen’s popular song “We Will Rock You” as background music, the trailer swings into an upbeat element, only to leave the audience in anticipation of more action with a cliffhanger at the end.

As a result of this clever employment of music and storytelling, one is enticed with a probable tale of vigour and contention. Thus, the possibility of reaching the audience’s attention reflects the successes of similar films.

It proved that race car movies cannot succeed; nonetheless, the move starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, namely “Ford v. FerraRI,“ earned more than $ 117 million in the domestic market after a $ 31. 4 million opening that was recorded in the year 2019.

This was after the relatively less lucky “Rush” directed by Ron Howard in 2013, which fetched below $27 million at the U. S. box office.

F1 Film Unveiled

The title for F1 was only announced two days before the teaser drop.

Brad Pitt was recently seen filming at the British Grand Prix, that too in racing gears all set. The lockdown project, which is said, by Deadline, to have bagged a green light from Apple for between $130 to $140 million, boasts of an entourage cast of Damson Idris and Javier Bardem, Tobias Menzies, Sarah Niles Kim Bodnia and Samson Kayo.

Kosinski directed and produced the movie, with Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman of Jerry Bruckheimer Films, with Hollywood star Pitt of Plan B Entertainment Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner and Lewis Hamilton of Dawn Apollo Films. All Ten F1 teams and their drivers, together with the FIA and promoters, are involved in the project.

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