And we already have more good news than Apple TV +, the platform for streaming of Apple videos that will be released on November 1st.
Earlier this week, we commented on the debut event of “For All Mankind”; now, it’s time to follow how was the premiere global of “Dickinson”, another production that will be made available on the day the service is launched.
Before that, let’s comment on the newest Apple TV + title: the adaptation of “Heaven Is Everywhere” (“The Sky is Everywhere”), novel by the American author Jandy Nelson.
“Heaven Is Everywhere”
Barely released the first, Apple has already closed its second partnership with the film studio A24, this time for an adaptation of the novel “The Sky is Everywhere”, as we commented above. The information is Hollywood Reporter.
The adaptation will be directed by Josephine Decker and written by the author of the work, Jandy Nelson. The book, originally published in 2010, tells the story of a student named Lennie Walker, who is dealing with the death of her older sister and accidentally falls in love during the mourning period.
Apple and A24 are already together to produce the film “On the Rocks”, which will be directed by Sofia Coppola. It is worth noting that both companies have a multi-year contract, so it is very likely that we will see even more productions emerging from this partnership in the future.
There is still no information about the cast or a possible release date for the adaptation, but at the speed at which Apple TV + productions are going, we should soon follow more information about the project.
Premiere of “Dickinson” and new trailer
As we said, the premiere of “For All Mankind”; following Apple’s schedule, it happened last night (10/17) the premiere global of “Dickinson”, comedy series starring Hailee Steinfeld.
The event took place at St. Ann’s Warehouse (Brooklyn, New York) and brought together production stars such as Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov and Ella Hunt.
Check out the photos:
Apple also disclosed that “Dickinson” will have half-hour episodes, as well as a new trailer for the series, which you can watch below:
As we reported, the title is one of the few that will have its first season released in full on the day of the launch of Apple TV +, while new episodes from other series will be released each week starting on November 1st.
via MacRumors: 1, 2