Kevin Walsh departs Ridley Scott's studio for Apple TV+
What you need to know
- Kevin Walsh is departing Ridley Scott's Scott Free Productions for Apple TV+.
- Walsh has signed a multi-year deal to produce film and television projects.
- He will be producing "Napoleon," a new film that will actually be directed by Kevin Walsh.
Apple TV+ is getting another powerhouse producer.
As reported by Deadline, Kevin Walsh, who has served as the president of Ridley Scott's Scott Free Productions, is leaving the company and joining Apple TV+ in a multi-year deal to produce both film and television projects.
During his time at Ridley Scott's studio, Walsh produced films like "House of Gucci," "The Last Duel," "All the Money in the World," and "Death on the Nile." He will continue to work alongside Ridley Scott at Apple TV+ as he will be producing "Napoleon," a new epic starring Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby.
Walsh talked to Deadline about joining Apple, saying that "under Zack and Jamie's vision, they've built the studio into the premier destination for filmmakers."
Other than "Napoleon," it's currently unclear what else Walsh will be producing for Apple's streaming service. If you want to enjoy everything Apple TV+ has to offer, check out our review of the Apple TV 4K.
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