Film Finch, starring Tom Hanks, becomes the most popular premiere of Apple TV +

One of the most anticipated releases for this fall on Apple TV +, in addition to the Fundación series, was the film Finch, a premiere that, as reported by Apple TV + to Deadline, has been the most successful title that has been released on the platform since it began its journey 2 years ago.

The previous best premiere, was also in the hands of a title starring Tom Hanks: Grehound, a film that was released in August last year and was nominated for an Oscar from the Hollywood Academy in the section of Best Sound.

According to different sources, Apple has seen a rebound in views of the latest releases of its platform, being Foundation, Invasion and the second season of The Morning Show and of Ted lasso, the series that have shown the best data.

Apple TV + is believed to have between 20 and 40 million subscribers worldwide, but none of its content has really broken into culture except Ted Lasso, a series that has also won a large number of awards.

It is logical that the beginning of this new journey for Apple in this sector, where it does not have a base catalog, is so slow. It is currently close to the figure of 100 original titles available on the platform, a figure that will increase by 50% throughout 2022.

More content by Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks’ next collaboration with Apple TV + will not be another movie, but a series, a series that will be the continuation of the series The Pacific and Blood brothers, both currently available on HBO Max.

In this new series, baptized as Masters of the Air, we find Steven Spielberg in executive production. The latest news related to this series indicates that its premiere could occur in mid to late 2022.

By 2022, Apple will release three original films of great depth: Macbeth’s tragedy Joel Coen’s film to be released on January 14, Killers of the Flower Moon by Martin Scorsese and Emancipation starring Will Smith.

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