The film, which releases in August 2023, follows Jann Mardenborough (played by Archie Madekwe) as he competes in the Gran Turismo Academy competition.
This was an event to find the fastest Gran Turismo video game player in the world and then train them to become real-world motorsport stars. This actually happened, with several winners of the competition over multiple years becoming racing drivers for Nissan.
The movie just follows one particular example, all the way through to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The cast also features Orlando Bloom as the originator of the programme, Stranger Thing‘s David Harbour as an agitated crew chief and Geri Horner as Mardenborough’s mother.
It was available to watch from 9th August in the UK, between 10th- 11th August in Europe, Canada and Australia but was delayed to 25th August in the USA.
Does the Gran Turismo Movie have a post-credit scene?
No, the Gran Turismo Movie does not have a post-credit scene.
The credits themselves do behind with shots of game developers capturing cars for video game sued, so if that’s of interest, stay for that. But otherwise, you can now head on home, or back-to-back with Barbie, Oppenheimer or Mission Impossible instead.