Apple signed a multi-year deal with A24 Studio for producing feature-length films

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According to the reports, Apple is on its way to make another partnership with the A24 studio which is a New York-based production house that has produced some great movies in the past including the Moonlight, one of the best picture in Oscar 2017, this is done for making the video platform better for the company.

Though recently the movies which were produced by A24’s like Lady Bird or The Disaster Artist even Moonlight doesn’t get through the genre which is the current vision for Apple, as they totally want to give no attention to stories which comprise of violence, profanity or gratuitous sex which are mostly seen in today’s award-winning movies.

In the very starting of the year, Apple announced they will be investing $1 billion in some really good and original content, that way they started their search for some experts in this field of entertainment like the directors, celebrities, and filmmaker.

Apple struck some amazing deals for a morning-show series which has actors like Jennifer Anniston, Zack Van Amburg, under former Sony execs Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, this is a remake of a Friday Night Lights-esque show which is about Kevin Durant a basketball. It also signed Oprah Winfrey to a nebulous, multi-year partnership in which the talk-show host and philanthropist will produce movies, TV shows, books, applications, and other content.

It is most likely to be launched in early 2019, though it is still not known where will Apple distribute its original content, live updates will be done on Apple Music so that it can dump everything into their music subscription service even on the iTunes.

Though the full detail about the forthcoming Apple movies project is still not revealed it is said that they have signed a multi-year partnership with A24.

Apple signed a multi-year deal with A24 Studio for producing feature-length films