Imax Company and Unhealthy Robotic Productions, along side Glen Powell, Zipper Bros Movies and Dolphin Leisure, mentioned Friday that they’ve commenced manufacturing on The Blue Angels, a documentary challenge chronicling a yr within the cockpit with the unique aviator workforce.
In line with a press release, The Blue Angels will practice “the most recent category of the storied Military and Marine Corps flight squadron via intense coaching and right into a season of heart-stopping aerial artistry, and the veterans at the workforce who, this yr, will take their ultimate flights.” The movie marks the primary time the blue and yellow F/A-18 Tremendous Hornets might be featured in Imax.
The movie additionally will seize the globe-spanning spectacle of the touring air display via key participants of the improve body of workers at the floor and family members left at house.
The Blue Angels is these days slated for unlock in overdue 2023.
The movie is directed and edited through Paul Crowder and produced through Zipper, Mark Monroe, Sean Stuart, Rob Stone and Greg Wooldridge. J.J. Abrams, Hannah Minghella, and Unhealthy Robotic Productions may also produce, as will Glen Powell, who stars within the upcoming Best Gun: Maverick and can produce and superstar within the warfare epic Devotion for Sony Footage. Dolphin Leisure will co-finance the movie with Imax.
“I made two naval aviation movies back-to-back,” mentioned Powell, “lived on bases amongst our women and men in uniform, and realized firsthand what it takes for them to be the most efficient of the most efficient. After flying with the Blue Angels in an air display, I noticed an implausible alternative to make a world-class documentary.”
CAA Media Finance brokered the deal.