This coming March 8, coinciding with International Women’s Day, the movie “Captain Marvel” will be released. It will be the first film of the Marvel industry to be starred by a woman. Beyond fiction, the leading role is in the hands of actress Brie Larson, who is now news also for having signed for Apple to make a new series. Here we show you more details about this signing and what this new fiction that Apple will broadcast on its streaming video platform will be presented very soon.
Brie Larson will go from being ‘Captain Marvel’ to a CIA agent in the Apple series
A strong rumor suggests that next March 25 we could see an Apple event in which the company’s new streaming platform would be presented. Hollywood stars such as Reese Witherspoon or Jennifer Aniston could attend this event. In this way, the Cupertino company would present the platform with everything it wants to compete with other established companies such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO.
The latest report from the media Variety claims that Brie Larson, the aforementioned star of “Captain Marvel,” will join the cast of a new series of Apple. This new fiction would take by the name “Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA” and in her Larson would take the paper of Amaryllis Fox, an agent concealed of the CIA.
The report not only talks about Larson starring in the new series of Apple but also will be producing. Not in vain this consecrated actress has also excelled in the role of director in short films such as “Weighting” in 2011 and “The Arm” in 2012. She has also participated in the theatrical direction of the Williamstown Theater Festival and is expected to debut soon as director of feature films with “Unicorn Store”, a film in which she will also act.
In this way, we see how Apple does not cease in its continuous signings for its streaming platform. On previous occasions, we already attended other reports in which we knew signings of prestigious producers and directors as well as actresses of the stature of Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Anniston. We assume that all the contents in production will be announced in the event of the presentation of the service, regardless of what the date is final.
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