What you need to know
- Apple Original Films has picked up Bad Blood.
- Bad Blood tells the story of Theranos, with Jennifer Lawrence set to star as Elizabeth Holmes.
Apple TV+ has picked up a new movie via Apple Original Films, with Theranos story Bad Blood now part of the lineup. A deal to bring Bad Blood to Apple has apparently been "months in the works," although nobody would confirm that discussions were underway.
The news comes courtesy of Deadline, with the report noting that the timing is perfect — Holmes is in the middle of a trial relating to the Theranos situation.
The new movie will be a co-production between Apple Studios and Legendary, the report goes on to say, with all eyes now on the project to see if it turns out as great as it could do. The project will also be written by Adam McKay, the man behind Ant-Man, The Big Short, Anchorman 2, and more.
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