Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem film Formula 1 scenes at Rolex 24 in Daytona Beach.

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Several scenes have been filmed at Rolex 24 to make Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem’s untitled Formula 1 racing movie look real.

During the 62nd Rolex 24 at Florida’s Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, January 27, the two actors were spotted taking part in the race while working.

During the weekend, they will continue to shoot scenes throughout the race from a local diner and laundromat as they have been filming there for a few weeks, and they plan to continue to film scenes throughout the race.

It was Pitt and Bardem who made their appearance at the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) event, and Doonan, the president of the organization said that the organization was honored to host them.

Our company, Daytona International Speedway, the World Center of Racing, and IMSA were thrilled to be contacted by the movie team about the possibility of filming here,” Doonan said in a press conference on Saturday.

This is a great accomplishment as a testament to the filmmakers’ commitment to providing an authentic film. Two nights ago, they worked until 2 in the morning.”

Bardem, 54, and Pitt will not be doing any driving during the filming of the race. Filming is scheduled to take place during the race.

With the No. 120 Porsche 911 GT3 which will be driven by race car professionals Adam Adelson, Elliott Skeer, Jan Heylen, and Fred Makowiecki, the car will be covered in shades of bright blue with green accents.

It will be controlled by the four racecar drivers. Their team, Wright Motorsports, will compete in the Rolex 24 at the end of this year as well.

A Jerry Bruckheimer-produced film could be made to look as real as possible if real race footage is used. “We’ve all seen racing movies. We can all name our favorite racing movies,” Doonan added. “But for me, it’s about authenticity. And although I didn’t approve of the paint scheme, it looks pretty slick.”

The British Grand Prix in July was the last time racing fans saw Pitt, 60, and Damson Idris filming scenes at the track. Pitt said, “I’m a little excited right now, I have to admit,” in an interview with Sky Sports during that time. “It’s a pleasure to be here. Having a great time.”

In the movie, Pitt plays the role of Sonny Hayes, a fictional character created by cinematographer John Crowley. So, after a terrible crash, [Sonny Hayes] kind of craps out, disappears for a while, and is now racing in another discipline instead of motorsports.”.

He then meets a fellow driver named Javier Bardem, who owns a team,” he added, using as an example.”. “It’s a last-place team,” he explained. On the grid, they are numbered 21, 22.

They have never scored a point. I am brought in as a kind of Hail Mary by a young phenom on the show, played by Damson Idris, and high jinks ensue.”

Although no official title or release date has been announced for the Apple Original movie, there is no doubt that it will have an impressive cast behind the camera.

The seven-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton is also a producer within Plan B Entertainment, which is owned and operated by Bruckheimer and Pitt.

“Lewis, the people behind our production crew, is really, really into the sport, he is serious about showing what it is, how it is done,” Pitt said in an interview with ESPN.

As a civilian, I have to admit that I didn’t have a clue what it took to be a driver before I became an officer.

Their aggression and dexterity are unbelievable and I am inspired by everyone out there in all different classes. They are such amazing athletes that I have so much respect for them.”

While the film will be directed by Joseph Kosinski, the director of Top Gun: Maverick will serve as the director.

The film will be even more unique as a result of Kosinski’s experience with shooting at high speeds.

It is significant to note that the actors in the sequel to Top Gun flew the plane and experienced real G-forces, although they were not piloting.

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