Brad Pitt’s upcoming film is kept on halt!!! The famous American actor kept the production on halt in his forthcoming Formula 1 feature film in support of the US actors’ and writers’ strike.
The 59-year-old Hollywood actor was recently shooting scenes for the project, which also included filming at the Silverstone circuit ahead of the British Grand Prix earlier this month.
The PA news agency believes that the production has now stalled because Brad Pitt “very much stands” with his fellow actors’ union members.
Sir Lewis Hamilton who is the World champion is serving as co-producer of the upcoming film, Which is in collaboration with F1, and provides the project with access to the race track and special access.
In the film, the Fight Club star plays a driver who used to compete in the 1990s but switched to racing in other disciplines after a horrific accident.
Its development comes just days after the 2023 Emmy Awards were postponed due to the ongoing strike of writers and actors.
The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards were originally scheduled to take place on Monday, September 18 at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, but are now likely to be held next January.
The actors’ strike coincided with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, which began on May 2 and halted production on several projects. It is the first time that actors and writers when actors and writers are on strike together.