What you need to know
- Jane Fonda is set to voice The Dragon in a new Apple TV+ movie.
- Luck will be directed by Peggy Holmes and written by Kiel Murray.
Oscar-winner Jane Fonda will join the cast of Apple TV+ movie Luck according to a new report. The movie will be part of a new deal between Apple and Skydance Animation.
Fonda will, according to a Variety report, voice The Dragon for the movie – one of the main characters, no less.
The new project will be directed by Peggy Holmes and written by Kiel Murray. Luck hasn't been without its controversy, however. As the report notes, the presence of John Lasseter has caused issues for some members of the cast.
You will, of course, need to have an Apple TV+ subscription to take this new movie in. You can also sign up for Apple One if that makes more sense, with Apple's other subscription services all living under one roof.
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