It's fast, it's Italian, and it's now being developed. Michael Mann's new film, Ferrari, has begun production in Italy. The film will chronicle Enzo Ferrari, the Italian race-car driver who founded Ferrari.
Adam Driver, who plays Enzo Ferrari in Ridley Scott's House of Gucci, has a penchant for playing Italian entrepreneurs. Penelope Cruz as Laura Ferrari, Shailene Woodley as Lina Lardi, Jack O'Connell as racing car driver Peter Collins, Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian, and Gabriel Leone as Fon De Portago
Mann is the directorial director of the new film, which is based on a book by Brock Yates, called Enzo Ferrari The Man and the Machine. Manns works with P.J. van Sandwijk, John Friedberg, Lars Sylvest, Thorsten Schumacher, Gareth West, and Thomas Hayslip on the film's production company Moto Pictures.
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The most rewarding part of this journey, according to Mann, is working with dedicated and passionate artists, Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz, and Shailene Woodley, as well as with an extraordinary supporting cast of Jack OConnell, Patrick Dempsey, Sarah Gadon, Gabriel Leone, and others in these highly dramatic roles.
Mann is set to star in his first novel, Heat 2, which is a remake of the classic 1990s film.
Ferrari will take Ferrari through financial and personal difficulties during the summer of 1957. Facing bankruptcy, a dwindling marriage, and the loss of a beloved son, the company will roll the dice on an epic 1,000-mile race across Italy in the Mille Miglia.
Ferrari is scheduled to be released in 2023. The film is currently being developed in Italy. Until then, you can grab a copy of Michael Mann's Heat 2, or get into the swing of Adam Driver's Italian accent in House of Gucci.