Keanu Reeves is said to have approached to host a series of Formula One documents most likely to launch on Disney plus.
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Keanu Reeves Hosts Formula One Documentary Series
A new Formula One project is in the works with Disney plus, according to the latest report.
According to Variety, Disney’s yet-to-be-titled show will consist of a four-part documentary series, with particular focus on Formula 1 Executive Director Ross Brawn.
Brawn acquired the Honda Team in 2009 and later renamed it Brawn GP. He led the team to two unprecedented victories.
Above all, the Formula 1 series will be played by John Wick and Keanu Reeves, who has been recognized for his acting in The Matrix.
Also, the actor has already started interviewing the series.
Reportedly, former Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo and drivers Jensen Burton and Rubens Barricello are some of the faces most likely to see in the series.
In addition, Brown himself will be participating in the next show.
Keanu opens up about hosting a new Formula One documentary series.
Keanu Reeves has been candid about his involvement in an upcoming sports project. He spoke with a local racing journalist while participating in the British Grand Prix in Silverstone, England.
He said, ‘We want to tell that amazing story. [of Brawn GP]. I have too much to talk about.’
The 57-year-old went on to say, ‘My friend told me the story and I was shocked and he was actually working at Brawn’s PR at the time and he was a producer/director so we were like this. So let’s talk about it. Let’s talk about it.’
‘It was great to learn more about what happened in Formula One that year,’ said the Speed star. Not only automobiles, but also new regulations, FOTA [the Formula One Teams Association]Breakaway series.’
‘A lot of things happened in Formula One back then,’ he said. The world of Formula One was just special. I mean, it’s always extraordinary, but I think something really special happened that year with the Brawn GP.’
North One Television, owned by All3Media, will serve as the studio producer for the next documentary series.
Meanwhile, Disney has not yet confirmed a release date for the series. However, it is expected to drop to streaming portals in the fall of 2023.