These two heartthrobs are all set to share the silver screen once more for the forthcoming racing feature, Go Like Hell, set at the iconic 24 Hours Of Le Mans.
Brad had been attached to the film over four years ago with Michael Mann as the director; however, he ditched the project in favor of different films. But now it seems the 50-year-old actor is interested again, after Tom Cruise and his Oblivion director, Joseph Kosinski, decided to pick up from where Mann left off.
The auto-racing flick will be based on the book by A.J. Baime, centered on the true story of the competition between the Ford Motor Company and Italian sports car designer Enzo Ferrari, which climaxed at the 1966 Le Mans race in France.
The movie will feature Cruise taking on the role of motorsport pioneer Carroll Shelby who raced his way to victory, while Pitt is rumored to play Enzo Ferrari (we cannot wait to hear that Italian accent again!) It would be the duo’s first time together since Anne Rice’s adaption of Interview with the Vampire back in 1994.
With a great storyline, highlighting three prominent men in the automobile industry, and one of the most prestigious car races in the world, and of course – the reunion of two of the silver screen’s biggest heartthrobs, we think Go Like Hell already seems like the perfect box office hit.