Apple TV Plus Gives Us The First Look At Dua Lip And Henry Cavil Starrer Argylle

As part of its Apple March event, Apple TV Plus gave us a first peek at the epic spy film Argylle.

The tech behemoth unveiled its new product plans for the next year, as well as an early glimpse at four of its upcoming original films, as part of the presentation.

Apple TV Plus Has A Lineup Of Exciting Movies And Shows

Apple TV Plus’s Argylle stars Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, John Cena, Samuel L. Jackson, Ariana DeBose, and Rob Delaney, and is based on novelist Ellie Conway’s unpublished novel. Matthew Vaughn, the creator of Kingsman and the director of Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class, makes his directorial debut.

Apple TV Plus’s Argylle is a thriller about a world-class spy who develops amnesia. He is duped into believing he is a best-selling espionage author before he can regain his memory.

When his memories and murderous talents resurface, he pledges vengeance on the Division, the mysterious organization for which he formerly worked. Spirited, a modern musical reimagining of Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas ghost story A Christmas Carol, was also shown for the first time. Ebeneezer Scrooge will be played by Ryan Reynolds, with Will Ferrell and Octavia Spencer also starring. Also available is Luck, an animated adventure starring Simon Pegg, Whoopi Goldberg, Flula Borg, Jane Fonda, and Eva Noblezada.

Sam Greenfield, the world’s unluckiest guy, is followed by luck. When Sam finds the never-before-seen Land of Fortunes, she must band together with the mystical creatures that live there to change her luck. We also got a first peek at Cha Cha Real Smooth, Apple’s Sundance-winning comedy-drama. Dakota Johnson, Cooper Raiff, Vanessa Burghardt, and Leslie Mann feature in this film. It will recount the story of a bar mitzvah party host who meets a young woman and her teenage daughter and strikes up a bond with them. Finally, we got a glimpse of Raymond and Ray, a film starring Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke. It’s a comedy-drama about two half-brothers reconciling during their father’s burial.