'The Tragedy of Macbeth' gets its big LA premiere with Eddy Cue in tow

Tragedy Of Macbeth Premiere
Tragedy Of Macbeth Premiere (Image credit: Apple TV+)

What you need to know

  • The stars of Tragedy for Macbeth enjoyed the movie's Los Angeles premiere alongside Apple VP Eddy Cue.
  • The move will land on Apple TV+ on January 14, 2022.
  • Movie fans can head to the cinema to watch stars Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand from Christmas Eve.

Upcoming Apple Original Films and A24 production The Tragedy of Macbeth will premiere on Apple TV+ globally on January 14, 2022, and in select theaters on Christmas Eve but it already had its big Los Angeles premiere. Stars Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand were joined by writer and director Joel Coen as well as Zack Van Amburg, while Apple VP Eddy Cue also made an appearance.

Photos shared by a Newsroom post show all five, alongside a short blurb that tells us more about the movie itself.

Washington and McDormand star in Coen's bold and fierce adaptation; a tale of murder, madness, ambition and wrathful cunning. Apple Original Films presents an A24 and IAC Films production, "The Tragedy of Macbeth," based on the play by William Shakespeare and written for the screen and directed by Coen.

Whether you're heading to a cinema or watching at home, this might just be the Macbeth story to check out.

Apple TV+ is a $4.99 per month subscription that's also available as part of the Apple One subscription bundle. That's absolutely something to check out if you're already paying for services like Apple Arcade and Apple Music, too.

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Oliver Haslam

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