For fans of James Bond, especially the character as played by Daniel Craig, then the good news is that the latest feature film installment is still scheduled to release in theaters later this year after a lengthy delay. And it turns out Apple wants to get in on the fun, too. The company has partnered up with MGM to bring a retrospective, looking back at Craig's stint as the titular spy, exclusively to the Apple TV app.
It feels like it's only a matter of time before all the creatives in Hollywood (and outside of it) find a project to work with for Apple Studios and Apple TV+. Ewan McGregor is actually not new to the experience, having launched Long Way Up late last year. And now he's back, teaming up with Ethan Hawke (Sinister, Boyhood) for a new drama feature film.
The Velvet Underground is considered one of the most revered rock 'n' roll bands to ever do it. And now it's getting the feature documentary treatment, which is coming soon to Apple's original video streaming service, Apple TV+. This one has been a longtime coming, with news first breaking on the documentary back in October of last year.
Apple's video streaming service Apple TV+ has earned a lot of nominations for its content ever since it debuted. And while it hasn't picked up nearly as many wins, the amount of awards the shows and creators and actors have won is still admirable. And today the company is confirming it has picked up a couple of new awards to add to the list.
As the United States National Park Service turns 105 years old, Apple has determined now is the right time to celebrate. The company today has announced a new initiative that will see many of its services promoting the national parks throughout the United States. And that includes the Apple Pay collaboration that we reported on earlier this week.
Another day, another series order from Apple for its video streaming service, Apple TV+. This time around it's another drama series based on a novel. And this is just the tip of the iceberg, as usual, as we're nowhere near a release date announcement just yet.
Although several years behind competitors, the new Hulu HDR streaming option is now available with select Hulu originals on Apple TV, Roku and other compatible hardware.
In May of this year, it was confirmed that Apple TV+ had secured the premiere for the upcoming drama The Drama of Macbeth from director and writer Joel Coen (No Country for Old Men, Hail, Caesar!), based on the original play written by William Shakespeare. At the time, Apple confirmed that it was once again tapping into its partnership with production outfit A24 to bring the film to not only the small screen via Apple TV+, but also some big screens, too.
It has been a long time coming, and a long time in the works, but we're finally about to see the second season of one of Apple TV+'s launch shows. And in an effort to help build up some attention for the upcoming premiere of the sophomore season of the drama, Apple today has shared the first official trailer. And unlike the first teaser trailer, we get a better feel for the stories that will unfold this season.
Ted Lasso can be described in a lot of different ways, like the fact the Apple TV+ series is aggressively optimistic. Which means to say that while there are plenty of jokes thrown around in the writing, nothing about the show is particularly "scathing." Especially not when it comes to real-world celebrities -- or the football clubs they might own. But apparently the comedy crossed the line in a recent episode, and now Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool, Free Guy) and Rob McElhenney (Mythic Quest, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) are looking for compensation.
Media player Plex has updated its interface on Apple TV and Roku, bringing a mix of rich layout options that help create a more personalized experience for users.
Apple just released the first official trailer for the inaugural season of “Foundation,” an upcoming sci-fi series based on the novels written by legendary author Isaac Asimov.