While new rumors arrive on the video game side – later denied – pertaining to the Gran Turismo brand and about the possible release of Gran Turismo 7 on PC, on the film front some interesting news has emerged regarding the development of the Gran Turismo movie.
Rumors about the possible creation of a project related to the Gran Turismo brand and pertaining to the world of big screen productions had indeed been in the air for quite some time.
In fact, as we saw during 2022, Sony Pictures has confirmed the release of the Gran Turismo film, thereby sparking fan interest in just what could be a creation that is as interesting as it is atypical.
Nevertheless, from the announcement of the start of this project and its actual realization, a very short time has passed, considering the recent statements of Mauro Calo and Ollie Millroy: After seven weeks, filming of the fi Gran Turismo movie has come to an end.
“The seven weeks of filming around the world of the fastest film ever made is over. The film about Gran Turismo. From +35 degrees to -5, my incredible Nissan GTR performed flawlessly. We broke new ground on how to film race cars in racing. It was an incredible journey.”
“The Gran Turismo film is finished after seven weeks of work with the amazing stunt team. We loved every minute of it and we can’t wait to see the finished work”; these are the statements of Calo and Millroy, who took part in the making of one of the new film productions directly related to the video game world of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 title park exclusives.
The new Sony Pictures and PlayStation Productions-branded creation may arrive in theaters soon, considering the conclusion of filming for the movie.
There is currently no way of knowing when we will see the incredible racing machines whizzing by on the big screen, thus leaving an open question-at least for the time being-for fans of the Gran Turismo brand.
That’s a wrap on Gran Turismo Movie after 7 weeks of working on the awesome stunt team. Loved every minute and looking forward to seeing the finished product. @granturismo pic.twitter.com/1WT7gvQLdu
— Ollie Millroy (@OllieMillroy) December 16, 2022
Gran Turismo franchise turned 25 a few days ago, thus celebrating the 90 million copies sold of the entire saga and the very recent conclusion of filming for the movie.