Anne Hathaway & co-stars are filming Apple TV+ show 'WeCrashed' in New York
What you need to know
- Anne Hathaway, America Ferrera, and others are filming for Apple TV+ in New York.
- WeCrashed will follow the story of WeWork's implosion.
Apple TV+ confirmed earlier this year that Anne Hathaway will star in WeCrashed, a show about the story behind WeWork. Now the actor is on-set and filming in New York City with the likes of America Ferrera also involved.
Images shared by Mail Online show Hathaway and Ferrera hard at work, carrying iPhones no less, as they work the streets of New York. The show also has Jared Leto on staff, although he wasn't seen in any of the images the report shared.
Some equally big names are involved behind the camera as well, with Lee Eisenberg (Spirit Award-nominated Little America, Good Boys) and Drew Crevello (The Long Dark) credited as creators. WeCrashed is being directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This is Us, Crazy Stupid Love)
There's no indication right now as to when we can look forward to enjoying WeCrashed, but I know it's high on my list of shows I'm looking forward to. With more content arriving all the time and even more being picked up, the $4.99 per month Apple TV+ fee is looking more and more like a bargain as time rolls on.
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