A new feature documentary on Lewis Hamilton is in works which will be aired on Apple TV+ streaming service where Box to Box Films are involved too.
Motorsport films seem to be all the rage over the last number of years – Senna, Rush, Ford v Ferrari, Schumacher and an upcoming movie about Ferrari. Of course, we can’t forget Netflix’s Drive to Survive which has garnered a whole host of new fans.
Now the renowned streaming service Apple TV+ has landed itself a major coup. A documentary about the seven-time F1 world champion Hamilton is in works as per The Hollywood Reporter. The documentary will be directed by renowned film director Matt Kay.
The so far untitled project will offer access to Hamilton and Mercedes, both on and off the track which will include guest interviews. The documentary will be produced by Hamilton himself, Penni Thow, Box to Box Films (Drive to Survive fame) and One Community.
Richard Plepler will executive produce through his Eden Productions and Scott Budnick will also serve as executive producer. Nothing more has been said about the documentary and what it will cover, especially in terms of his current racing years.
Aside this, Hamilton is also involved in a further untitled production that has Brad Pitt contracted to star and Joseph Kosinski, but not much has been said about the same after the initial news of the Brit being involved in the project.
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