Go behind the scenes with 'The Tragedy of Macbeth - Making the Film'
What you need to know
- "The Tragedy of Macbeth" is now streaming on Apple TV+.
- The film is directed by Joel Coen and stars Denzel Washington and Frances MacDormand.
- Apple TV+ has posted a behind-the-scenes look at how the film was made.
"The Tragedy of Macbeth," the new drama film from award-winning director Joel Coen, is now streaming on Apple TV+.
To celebrate the release of the film, Apple TV+ has posted a new behind-the-scenes video that shows how the film was made. You can watch "The Tragedy of Macbeth - Making the Film" below:
The film, which premiered last weekend, stars Denzel Washington Frances MacDormand, Brendan Gleeson, and more in a reimagining of the classic tale.
If you haven't seen the trailer for the new film, you can check it out below:
"The Tragedy of Macbeth" is streaming now on Apple TV+. If you want to experience the film in the best quality possible, check out our review of the new Apple TV 4K.
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