Grace Kaufman will lead Apple TV+ movie 'The Sky Is Everywhere'
What you need to know
- Grace Kaufman has picked up the lead role in "The Sky Is Everywhere".
- The movie will be the Jandy Nelson YA novel.
- Kaufman has previously played roles in TV shows like "Man With a Plan" alongside Matt LeBlanc.
Grace Kaufman has won the race to play the lead role in Apple TV+ movie "The Sky Is Everywhere," according to a report by Deadline.
The role was reportedly one that saw stiff competition from multiple other actors, with Kaufman ultimately winning out.
The new movie will be the Jandy Nelson YA novel with the writer also penning the script. Josephine Decker will direct, according to the report. For those who haven't read the book, here's Deadline's two-sentence explanation of what to expect.
There's no indication when we can expect to see the new movie land on Apple TV+, however.
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