Apple had already released last week a teaser / trailer in “The Morning Show” one of the first series to debut on Apple TV + It's certainly one of Ma's biggest bets at this early stage, considering the talents involved. Now we have a complete trailer to rejoice.
The two-minute clip gives a few more details of the series' story, described as a behind-the-scenes dive in a US morning journalist: after the resignation of anchor Mitch Kessler (Steve carell) on charges of sexual harassment, its longtime co-host Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) has to deal with the buzz and rapid escalation of reporter Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon), which may not only take Kessler's place, like Levy's, and seems to have some secrets up its sleeve.
Billy crudup, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mark duplass complete the main cast of the series, which marks the return of Aniston and Carell television years after their most iconic roles in Friends and “The Office”respectively. Apple has already ordered 20 episodes of the show, divided into two seasons, and “The Morning Show” debut next to Apple TV + itself sometime in the fall of the northern hemisphere.
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Meanwhile, one of Ma's potential megaproducts has gained more details recently. I refer to Shantaram, series based on the homonymous novel by Gregory David Roberts Accompanying the saga pica of an Australian bank robber who runs off and becomes a powerful gngster on the streets of Mumbai, India.
According to Sydney Morning Herald, the series begins shooting in two months in the Australian state of Victoria. The filmmaker Justin kurzel, known for its adaptation of "Assassins Creed" For the big screen, direct the first two episodes of the production in total, only 10 chapters commissioned by Apple, all written by the writer. Eric Warren Singer ("Trapaa").
There is still no information about the cast of the series, but it is known that the production travels many countries; The novel, after all, has passages in places like the Afghanistan Mountains, the Mumbai slums, and a prison in Australia. Because of this megalomania and the philosophical inclinations of the book, incidentally, Shantaram It has already been considered "unstoppable" by Hollywood, with several attempts canceled midway let us see if Apple will be the one to take the story to the right screen.
With the beginning of production scheduled soon, we may see Shantaram It's not Apple TV + by 2020, but don't bookmark your calendars yet: such a mega production could take a long time to complete. Let's wait.
via Cult of Mac