Apple TV+ movie 'Hala' gets its first trailer
What you need to know
- The first trailer for "Hala" has been released.
- The movie tells the story of a 17-year-old Pakistani American teenager.
- It'll be shown in theaters before airing on Apple TV+.
While "The Morning Show" and "See" have been grabbing headlines, "Hala" is a movie that has largely gone under the radar. But no more, with Apple sharing its first trailer.
"Hala" will follow the story of 17-year-old Hala, played by Geraldine Viswanathan and includes the struggles she has to deal with as a Pakistani American teenager.
The movie will be shown in cinemas from November 22nd and will make its debut on Apple TV+ two weeks after that. Apple TV+ is now available for $4.99 per month and is offered in more than 100 countries. Anyone buying an iPhone, iPod touch, Apple TV, Mac, or iPad will receive a free year of access, too. Students who also subscribe to Apple Music will receive Apple TV+ free of charge as well.
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