Ferrari: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

An forthcoming biopic based on Enzo Ferrari’s life is titled Ferrari. Ferrari is now scheduled to debut later this year, despite early manufacturing and distribution challenges. Adam Driver and Penélope Cruz are only two of the prominent names associated with the film. Michael Mann, who has directed several films, has cast Oscar-winning cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt. A long time in the making, this film has been in Mann’s works since the year 2000.

Given the scarcely dull nature of the life of a legendary racing car entrepreneur, Ferrari will surely be an exciting film. Based on Brock Yates’s book Enzo Ferrari: The Man and the Machine, this biopic will concentrate in on a specific period in Enzo Ferrari’s life, rather than showcasing his industrial expertise, Formula 1 races, or the establishment of a brand that continues to dominate fashion and speed. Every piece of information on the forthcoming Ferrari film is presented here.

Ferrari Release Date

December 25, 2023 is when the Ferrari movie will be released. The new Michael Mann film will have competition on Christmas Day from George Clooney’s drama The Boys in the Boat and the musical The Color Purple, both of which are adaptations of previous works.

The film premiered at the Venice International Film Festival on August 31, however the release date of Ferrari isn’t until December. The picture was well-received, albeit not universally so. Rotten Tomatoes now has the Ferrari film at 76% after its debut. Despite the abundance of Italian characters in the film, Ferrari has faced criticism for its undercast acting cast.

In February or March of 2024, the movie could be available to watch online. The tendency of theatrical films joining streaming platforms two to three months after they premiere in cinemas is the explanation for the February and March 2024 streaming release dates.

Ferrari Cast

  • Adam Driver as Enzo Ferrari

This is Driver’s second film of 2023, after the science fiction/dinosaur hybrid 65, and he stars as Enzo Ferrari. Famous for his appearances in Star Wars, House of Gucci, The Last Duel, Girls, and Black Klansman, the actor has been nominated for two Academy Awards (Marriage Story and Black Klansman).

  • Penélope Cruz as Laura Ferrari

Penélope Cruz, a legendary actress, will portray Laura, Ferrari’s wife. Her breakout role was in Vanilla Sky.

  • Shailene Woodley as Lina Lardi

Playing Ferrari’s mistress Lina Lardi is Shailene Woodley, who was in both Big Little Lies and The Fault in Our Stars.

  • Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian
  • Gabriel Leone as Alfonso de Portago
  • Jack O’Connell as Peter Collins
  • Patrick Dempsey as Piero Taruffi
  • Michele Savoia as Carlo Chiti
  • Erik Haugen as Edmund “Gunner” Nelson
  • Ben Collins as Stirling Moss
  • Andrea Dolente as Gino Rancati
  • Giuseppe Bonifati as Giacomo Cuoghi
  • Daniela Piperno as Adalgisa Ferrari
  • Tommaso Basili as Gianni Agnelli
  • Alfredo Benedettini as Alfredo Ferrari

Ferrari Plot

In addition to detailing Enzo Ferrari’s racing career, the film Ferrari also delves deeply into the Italian driver’s private life. The teaser prominently features Shailene Woodley as Lina Lardi and Penélope Cruz as Laura Ferrari; hence, it is predicted that the main plot points would concentrate on Enzo Ferrari’s romance with Lina and their kid.

The Ferrari film will not only explore Enzo’s private life, but it will also not sugarcoat the most tragic period of the racing driver’s life. Due to a catastrophic accident in the 1957 Mille Miglia, Enzo Ferrari’s career was abruptly ended and he had several financial problems.

The horrific Ferrari disaster that occurred during the 1957 Mille Miglia, which resulted in the deaths of many individuals, will definitely be shown in the Ferrari film. Due to bad roads and a lack of crowd protection, Alfonso de Portago’s Ferrari 335 S broke a tire and smashed into the throng at 250 kilometers per hour.

Tragically, de Portego, his co-driver, and nine spectators were killed in the incident. Years after Enzo Ferrari’s arrest, in 1961, the charges of manslaughter were dropped. Moviegoers may expect to see Enzo’s reactions to the tragedy unfold before, during, and after the Mille Miglia.

Ferrari Trailer

In anticipation of Ferrari’s debut at the Venice Film Festival, NEON issued a teaser trailer for the film on August 30. Although Enzo Ferrari does say, “If you get into one of my cars, You get in to win.” at the very end of the dramatic 90-second clip, that’s about it in terms of language.

A more in-depth look at the biopic Ferrari, which follows Enzo Ferrari as he confronts the risks of his profession and the stakes involved in endangering the lives of his drivers, was published in its entirety by NEON on October 18.

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