What you need to know
- Luck is a major new Apple TV+ movie coming to the platform next month.
- The animated title has its final trailer ahead of its August 5 release.
- The show comes from a partnership with Skydance Animation and will feature Simon Pegg and Eva Noblezada.
One of the most anticipated new Apple TV+ movies has its final trailer ahead of its release next month.
The new movie Luck is the first-ever title to spring from Apple's major partnership with Skydance Animation.
Earlier this year Apple signed a lucrative two-film deal with Skydance Media, the same production company behind Mission: Impossible and Top Gun: Maverick said to be worth $125 million.
Apple has guaranteed Skydance two fully-financed features as part of the deal that will see the company make guaranteed payouts of up to $25 million per picture to the studio. Based on its new trailer Luck promises to be a big hit for the whole family and could be another blockbuster for Apple, building on the success of Academy Award winner CODA which saw Apple scoop a coveted Oscar for best picture, the first streaming platform to land such an honor.
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