Brad Pitt's F1 Movie Continues Filming Amidst Hungarian GP Strike - ESP
Brad Pitt's F1 Movie Continues Filming Amidst Hungarian GP Strike - ESP

Brad Pitt’s F1 Movie Continues Filming: Filming of a Formula One movie starring Brad Pitt at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix continues despite a Hollywood actors’ strike.

It was reported last week that the shooting of Brad Pitt’s upcoming film, F1 film had been kept on pause due to the strike in Hollywood.

According to the latest updates, the filming is unpaused for Hungarian GP weekend. After an appearance at Silverstone, the Joseph Kosinski-led group is all set for some on-track action at the Hungaroring F1 circuit.

The actor last week joined the strikes of film and television writers in a US sit-in demonstration for the first time in 63 years, as they want higher streaming pay and unsuitable use of artificial intelligence.

According to the reports, the filming for the Apple production was halted as a result, but seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, who is a co-producer, said this was not the case.

Mercedes driver had a conversation with reporters at the Hungaroring on Thursday, and said, “Fortunately for us you can see the team is here, APX is here, and we’re still filming luckily with the drivers that we have,”

“So hopefully we can continue to still get some important parts of the filming done.” Mercedes continued.

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