Justin Lin’s Production Company to Create Film Based on Michèle Mouton’s Life

Breaking Barriers: How Michèle Mouton’s Rise in Rally Racing Inspired a Biopic”.

Perfect Storm Entertainment, under the leadership of Justin Lin, has acquired the life rights of World Rally Vice champion Michèle Mouton. The company plans to develop a biopic based on her incredible journey in the male-dominated world of rally racing.

The documentary ‘The Queen of Speed’ produced by Drum Studio won the International Emmy for Best Sports Documentary in 2022 and inspired this biopic project. The film will trace Mouton’s journey as she rose to prominence in the world of rally racing, despite facing numerous obstacles. She became a trailblazer in the motorsport world during the Group B era, where she achieved an incredible feat of winning four FIA World Rally Championship races. Her accomplishments cemented her status as one of the greatest motorsport drivers in history, making her the only woman to have won a World Rally Championship race.

Perfect Storm Entertainment will produce this project with Justin Lin, Andrew Schneider and Sal Gatdula serving as producers. Andy Holland and Jessica Sinclair from Drum Studios will also be involved in its production. Mouton and her daughter Jessie Johnsson-Lüthy will serve as executive producers on the biopic.

Perfect Storm Entertainment has an exciting slate of projects underway, including independent film ‘The Last Days of John Allen Chau,’ Apple series ‘Two For The Money,’ Participant Media film ‘Abacus,’ Sony adaptation of manga classic ‘One Punch Man,’ TV series ‘Seven Wonders for Amazon Prime’ and ‘The Islands for Peacock.’ They will also produce ‘Infinite Thread’ and an untitled Joshua Troke project for Universal Television.

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