A brand new System 1 tv drama sequence is reportedly within the works.
Titled “One,” it is going to be a “household drama sequence” starring Felicity Jones, and would be the first formally sanctioned scripted sequence about F1, in line with Deadline.
Jones, star of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and “The Idea Of All the things” may also reportedly produce the sequence below her Piecrust Footage banner. A launch date depends on the decision of the continuing writers’ strike.
The sequence “will give attention to the tumultuous ascension of a fictitious family-owned F1 workforce because it contends with fierce personalities, ever-changing rivals, and multi-million greenback stakes,” in line with the report, including that One will “mix fiction with the real-world of F1.”
Frank Williams and Claire Williams
No different particulars of the story got, however this define brings to thoughts the saga of the Williams workforce, began by Frank Williams in 1977 and stored below household administration till it was offered to U.S. funding agency Dorilton Capital in 2020. Frank Williams, who died in 2021 at age 79, remained formally in cost till the sale, however his daughter Claire Williams had taken over day-to-day administration. She stays one in all only a few ladies to handle an F1 workforce.
One is much from the one F1-related challenge within the works. Brad Pitt is ready to star in an F1 film produced by Apple Studios, with seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton named as one of many producers. Apple in 2022 additionally introduced a documentary specializing in the British driver.
2023 System 1 Spanish Grand Prix
Over at Netflix, a thriller titled “The System,” and starring Robert De Niro and John Boyega, was introduced in 2021. It was additionally reported in 2022 that Keanu Reeves could also be engaged on an F1 docuseries for the Disney+ streaming service.
Nonetheless, the subsequent racing film to hit theaters is about sports-car racing, not F1. Premiering August 11, “Gran Turismo” tells the story of gamer-turned racer Jann Mardenborough, a British driver who gained a race seat enjoying the eponymous video-game sequence and went on to compete on the 24 Hours of Le Mans.