If there is a controversial character today, that is Elon Musk. Now that the tycoon’s purchase of the company has been confirmed, it’s definitely not the last we’ll see of him. And it is that Variety reports that, very shortly, we will be able to see a new documentary about Muskand it won’t be too flattering.
This new documentary comes titled Elon Musk’s Crash CourseY plans to premiere on May 20 of this year. The mentioned source indicates that it is a production between FX and The New York Times Presents. This collaboration has already covered other big controversial eventsfrom Janet Jackson, through the fires in Australia in 2020, and two of the documentary films Framing Britney Spears Y Controlling Britney Spears.
Elon Musk’s Crash Course it’s a journalistic level exposé, and it promises to reveal some scandals in the tycoon’s past and his actions. The documentary will take an in-depth look at Tesla, Musk’s company, and cover some of the company’s most awkward moments in recent years. As revealed Varietythe movie will delve into the autopilot function of Tesla vehicleswith special emphasis on the deaths it caused and for which the company was never responsible.
In fact, depending on the source, we will also see some of the ways in which Musk tried to kill government investigations around these incidents. All of this, of course, will be based on real information, and will feature statements from various company employees who have decided to stand up to Musk for the first time.
More details on the new Elon Musk documentary
Elon Musk’s Crash Course will be directed and produced by Emma Schwartz. Ken Druckerman, Mary Robertson, Banks Tarver, Sam Dolnick, Jason Stallman and Stephanie Preiss will executive produce the documentary. To the latter is also added the showrunner Esther Dere.
Liz Day will serve as supervising producer for Elon Musk’s Crash Coursewhile Rachel Abrams will be in charge of taking the role of main producer.
The New York Times Presents He already has several successes behind him. His documentaries gained huge attention in 2021when they first broadcast the documentary Framing Britney Spears, a film that served as a denunciation of the tutelage imposed on the artist; and that subsequently motivated the review of the case until finally being released in recent times.
Elon Musk’s Crash Course will premiere this May 20, 2022. The platforms chosen to do so are FX and Hulu, where they will be broadcast simultaneously.