Nike Training is officially in the news again after a new report claimed the brand is developing an upcoming film titled Train Times.
The film is set in a futuristic train station where a train with a ghost train is being tested and is going to be the first of a new class of Nike Training trainers.
The movie, titled TrainTimes, is set to hit theaters in 2019 and will be the next in Nike’s new Nike Training series.
The film has already been greenlit and is scheduled for a November release.
The company says that the movie is an adaptation of the classic book by George Orwell.
TrainTimes is a sci-fi film that tells the story of the first train from a dystopian future.
It will follow a train that’s undergoing an extensive training process.
The train, which will be called Train, will be designed to mimic the speed of a train in real life, and the train’s design will include a holographic head and a hologram of a passenger sitting in front of the train.
In an interview with ABC News, Nike Vice President of Product Marketing Alex Gass said TrainTimes will “tell a story that you can’t see anywhere else.”
According to the film, TrainTimes tells the true story of a futuristic future where trains are being tested for safety, and people can only travel in pods to be tested.
Train Times will be filmed in China, Australia, the United States and France.
The trailer for the movie was recently released.
Gass told ABC News that Nike is “really excited about this” and the new movie will feature a brand new design and a brand-new set of characters.
Traintimes will be produced by Nike’s New York-based production company, Nike Training Films, and will feature director and screenwriter Michael J. Gershoff.
The production company also will oversee the photography.
The news comes a little more than a month after Nike announced it was partnering with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to develop an upcoming sports documentary.
The Academy of the Motion Picture is known for supporting film and TV projects and has released three films in 2017: The Legend of Zorro, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.