Adam Driver is set to add yet another impressive screen credit to his already distinguished list of movie and TV roles with his forthcoming turn as Enzo Ferrari in “Ferrari.” The American actor will star in the film as its eponymous lead — making it his first collaboration with writer-director Michael Mann. While the movie’s wide release is still several months away, too, Driver has already received widespread acclaim for his performance as Enzo from many of the critics who attended the “Ferrari” premiere at the Venice International Film Festival in late August.

Oscar winner Penélope Cruz, meanwhile, also stars in the film as Laura, the wife of Driver’s Enzo and mother of their only son, Alfredo, who famously passed away when he was just 24. Like her co-star, Cruz has already received considerable early acclaim for her performance in “Ferrari.” She and Driver are joined in the film by Shailene Woodley, who plays Lina Lardi, Enzo’s longtime mistress.

Additionally, Gabriel Leone stars in “Ferrari” as Alfonso de Portago, while Sarah Gadon plays Mexican film actor Linda Christian. For their parts, Jack O’Connell and Patrick Dempsey play real-life competitive racers Peter Collins and Piero Taruffi, respectively. The drama’s other stars include Michele Savoia, Erik Haugen, Ben Collins, Andrea Dolente, Tommaso Basili, and Giuseppe Bonifati.