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What you need to know
- A report suggests Apple has announced the second film to be produced in partnership with A24.
- Apple will work with the indie studio on a film adaptation of young adult novel "The Sky is Everywhere"
- The story follows an American high school girl, who falls in love whilst coming to terms with the loss of her sister.
A report via The Hollywood Report claims that Apple has announced the second feature film to be produced in partnership with indie studio A24.
According to the report, the next film on the books is an adaptation of "The Sky is Everywhere", a young adult novel about an American high school girl, who falls in love whilst grieving for her sister:
Apple and A24 have a multiyear agreement, and plan to produce several films for Apple TV+, the first two of which we now know are 'On the Rocks' and 'The Sky is Everywhere'. The partnership was announced in November of 2018. The news comes in the wake of a report earlier today that several Apple TV+ including 'For All Mankind' have been renewed for a second season despite the fact they haven't been released yet.
Apple TV+ is set to launch on November 1 for $4.99 a month. It will be available on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and online at tv.apple.com. Or, if you pick up one of those devices you'll get a year's subscription to Apple TV+ absolutely free, limited to one per Family Sharing group.
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