What you need to know
- Apple Original Films has added newcomer Imani Pullum to the upcoming movie Emancipation.
- Pullum joins Will Smith and a host of big names.
Apple Original Films has reportedly signed newcomer Imani Pullum to join the upcoming Apple TV+ movie Emancipation. The movie already has Will Smith, Ben Foster, and more stars signed on.
According to a new Deadline report, the movie is already in production in New Orleans.
Pullum will play Betsy, Peter's eldest daughter in what will be her first major studio movie role.
There is currently no date set for when Emancipation will be available for us all to watch, but it's likely to get both a theatrical and Apple TV+ debut at some point. The movie will add more content to the Apple TV+ streaming service as Apple seeks to make it a bigger player in the global streaming wars. While popular in its own right, the service is dwarfed by the likes of Disney Plus and Netflix.
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