Neon has landed the North American rights to Michael Mann’s Ferrari, setting a nationwide Christmas Day launch.
Sources be aware that the venture was acquired in a aggressive state of affairs that included different studios and a streamer. Ferrari is ready for a Venice Movie Pageant debut, prepping it for a doable awards season run.
Adam Driver stars as Enzo Ferrari together with Penélope Cruz as Laura Ferrari. Shailene Woodley, Jack O’Connell, Sarah Gadon, Patrick Dempsey and Gabriel Leone spherical out the forged.
The synopsis for the film reads: “Ferrari is ready through the summer time of 1957. Behind the spectacle and hazard of 1950’s Method 1, ex-racer, Enzo Ferrari, is in disaster. Chapter stalks the corporate he and his spouse, Laura, constructed from nothing ten years earlier. Their tempestuous marriage struggles with the mourning for his or her one son. Ferrari struggles with the acknowledgment of one other. His drivers’ lust to win pushes them out to the sting. He wagers all in a roll of the cube on one race, the treacherous 1,000-mile race throughout Italy, the long-lasting Mille Miglia.”
Mann directs Ferrari from a script by Troy Kennedy Martin primarily based on Brock Yates’ e-book Enzo Ferrari – The Man and the Machine. Mann produces alongside P.J. van Sandwijk, John Lesher, Marie Savare, John Friedberg, Lars Sylvest, Thorsten Schumacher and Gareth West.
CAA Media Finance Negotiated the deal on behalf of the filmmaker.
Out of the Cannes Movie Pageant, Neon acquired a full slate of movies with Palme d’Or winner Anatomy of a Fall from Justine Triet, Alice Rohrwacher’s La Chimera, Wim Wenders’ Good Days and Robotic Goals from Pablo Berger.