What you need to know
- New Apple TV+ movie "On the Rocks" will premiere at the New York Film Festival.
- It'll be part of the festival's new spotlight section.
- The festival runs from September 17 through October 11.
The festival will run from September 17 through October 11 with the new movie set to be part of the spotlight lineup that offers sneak previews and screenings.
The movie will reach Apple TV+ in October and features a great cast including Rashida Jones and Bill Murray. Being written by Sofia Coppola is just the icing on the cake. The last time Murray and Copolla worked together was back in 2003 with the popular "Lost in Translation". We're in for a treat if this movie turns out anywhere near as well as the movie.
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