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Brad Pitt's 'F1' Apple Original film speeds to theaters in summer 2025

Brad Pitt in a teaser image for 'F1'

The Apple Original movie about Formula 1 racing and starring Brad Pitt now has a name. Unsurprisingly, it's called "F1."

Apple has been working on a film based on the motor sport Formula 1 for a few years. While there's a lot already known about the movie, there wasn't an official title for it until Friday.

Confirmed by the official account of Formula 1 on X, the film is teased under the name "F1," the commonly-used shorthand for the racing series. The tweet also confirms Brad Pitt as its star.

A teaser image states that it will be hitting theaters in Summer 2025, and that it has been filmed for Imax. Apple previously announced that the film would be released globally on June 27, 2025.

It is unknown when it will arrive on Apple TV+, but it is likely after the theatrical release.

Pitt stars as a former driver returning to Formula 1, alongside Damson Idris as his teammate. The cast also includes Kerry Condon, Javier Bardem, Tobias Menzies, Sarah Niles, Kim Bodnia, and Samson Kayo.

Unusually for a movie production, it was filmed during actual Grand Prix weekends, with real-world teams competing.

Joseph Kosinski is directing and producing the film alongside Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman for Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Pitt, Dede Garner and Jeremy Kleiner for Plan B, and seven-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton for Dawn Apollo Films.

Formula 1 collaborated on the film with Apple Original Films and Warner Bros.