MotoGP film in the offing with Warner Bros. at the helm

The Warner Bros MotoGP film is reported to be released in 2025 and is being produced by the man responsible for F1 drama Rush

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REPORTS are beginning to circulate that a big-budget MotoGP movie is set to be filmed, with Warner Bros. backing and a release date of 2025.

The movie is said to be the work of Andrew Eaton, the man behind the 2013 retro F1 drama Rush, and will focus on a Moto2 racer who is gifted a shot in MotoGP as a wildcard entrant. reports that the title of the film is Idols, and that it will be a youthful drama aimed at bringing new, younger eyes to the sport of MotoGP. It also claims the film’s script will recreate fictitious races which are supported by real footage of actual MotoGP rounds and events.

MotoGP film in the offing with Warner Bros. at the helm

It’s not yet known who will be cast in the film’s leading roles as yet, although with filming set to begin later this year, we probably won’t have to wait long to find out who the main protagonists are.

The filming of Idols could make the MotoGP paddock an even busier place to be, with MotoGP Unlimited filming taking place and riders, like Marc Marquez, filming their own shows. MotoGP top-brass might have their hands full trying to juggle the number of extracurricular things going on outside of the actual racing on a race weekend.

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