Greetings and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, summary of the cultural news of WIRED. This week's news has been dominated by politics, but there have been some interesting little things in the entertainment world. On the one hand, there is a new Beastie Boys documentary on Apple TV +. On the other hand, Amazon is getting into the Jack reacher deal. Let's go.
Apple TV + Nabs Spike Jonze & # 39; s Beastie Boys Doc
Just when there seemed to be not much original content on Apple TV +, the broadcast service revealed Wednesday that it had collected a documentary by director Spike Jonze about the Beastie Boys. Beastie Boys Story It will feature Mike Diamond and Adam Horowitz (Adam Yauch, the third member of the legendary hip-hop group, died in 2012) and will premiere in IMAX theaters on April 3 before heading to Apple's streaming service on April 24 . Hi Apple, can you have any chance whatever the hell Jonze was doing with Frank Ocean? Asking for a friend.
Netflix Taylor Swift documentary has release date
Living meme Taylor Swift has a documentary that goes to Sundance. It is true, Miss americana The festival will open at the end of next week. Fear not, everyone who doesn't go to Park City, Utah, will be able to see the document soon enough. Netflix announced this week that it will premiere on broadcast service on January 31. Prepare your scarves and reaction GIFs for everyone.
Amazon is doing Jack reacher Serie
Yes, there has already been a Jack reacher movie, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for more Jack Attack content. To that end, Amazon Studios announced this week that it is giving the green light to a new drama series based on the Lee Child book series. It will be written by Prison Break write Nick Santora and the debut season will be based on the novel The floor of death. Meanwhile, Amazon also announced this week that it has signed a general agreement with 12 years of slavery Director Steve McQueen. Great week!
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