With these latest releases, Apple and its Streaming platform are becoming a platform that offers content for all audiences and with a wide range of titles, series and sagas. It is true that their philosophy will never be like HBO Max or Netflix, where they have a wide catalog of both their own and third-party products. However, Apple has wanted to develop its own path and today we cannot deny that it has a growing catalog and multiple series and movies for all tastes.
Perhaps the only drawback, and as we have said on many occasions, is that many of their documentaries do not appear in Spanish, an aspect that, from my point of view, is an ugly thing for the entire community that does not have the North American language as its mother tongue. .
The Moon Killers
Apple is diversifying its releases so that not all original content appears on its streaming platform. On the one hand, we have it in the Napoleon movie, which was released in theaters and will later be released on Apple TV+. On the other hand, the film mentioned above.
The Moon Killers is based on the best-seller of the same name by David Gann, whose plot takes place in Oklahoma in the 1920s and exposes the horrendous murders that have taken place against members of the Osage Nation, owners of rich lands full of natural resources. The cast is led by Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, Jesse Plemons, Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins and Jillian Dion.
John Lennon: Murder without a Trial
If you are fans of the Liverpool band, you are surely looking forward to seeing the documentary about the death of the band's legendary leader.
For the first time in history, key figures in the life and death of John Lennon, including friends, doctors and researchers, share personal memories and reveal what happened the night of his murder. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting proposals to spend the long weekend with the family while remembering one of the best bands in history.
To conclude this publication, from the editorial team we like to highlight the following premieres that will take place in the coming months so that the hype rises little by little. Below we leave you everything that you can enjoy in a few weeks, although some of them we do not have an official confirmation date like Chief of Wart.
- Family plan: action comedy starring Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Monaghan. We can see it on Apple TV+ starting December 15.
- Criminal History: London drama where a veteran detective and a neophyte must correct a poorly solved murder. The series is made up of 8 episodes and will be released on January 10.
- Chief of Wart: series starring Jason Momoa that will feature the colonization of the Hawaiian Islands. Its filming is pending. This will be the second work that the actor does with Apple, whose first series was See, one of the premiere series of the launch of this platform.
- Formula One: race car film starring Brad Pitt and directed by Joseph Kosinki. It will first be released in cinemas and then land on Apple TV+.
- Careme: series set in the French world where it highlights the life of the first world-famous chef in history. At the moment, more information is unknown.
- Born to be Wild: documentary that narrates the lives of six different species born in captivity and their preparation to be released into the wild.
- Argylle (film)
- Sharper (film).
- One on the Call Sheet
- The Beanie Bubble
- Snow Blind
- Bad Sisters
- Criminal Record.