The Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali is producing as well as featuring in the genre-bending drama story “Swan Song” for Apple TV Plus, with shooting beginning in the spring.
Apple and Anonymous Content produced the forthcoming movie, “Swan Song,” which is directed by Academy Award winner Benjamin Cleary, who also penned the outline. In 2016, Cleary obtained the Oscar in the live-action short category for “Stutterer.”
“Swan Song” Will Present An Exciting Story
The movie is arranged shortly and examines how far someone will go, and how much they will consecrate, to make a more joyful life for the people they like.
Apple’s head of feature development and acquisitions, Matt Dentler, stated that Benjamin’s screenplay for ‘Swan Song’ directly joined with them.
They cannot wait to bring Benjamin’s vision together with Mahershala’s positive ability to give this effectively layered story to fans throughout the world.
On behalf of Anonymous Content, the movie is produced by Adam Shulman (“Defending Jacob”) and Jacob Perlin (“The Amazing Johnathan Documentary”).
Benjamin Cleary Gives Human Emotion Into His Production
Shulman and Perlin stated that Benjamin Cleary is an exceptional talent who deftly makes human emotion into his production in a way that harkens to several of the great movies that started at Anonymous Content like ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ and ‘Being John Malkovich.”
They were amazingly beholden to be working with Mahershala Ali and Ben on this thought-provoking outline that they were certain will be a discussion beginner.
Cleary said, ‘I have been growing ‘Swan Song’ for a while, and when I sat down with Apple, it was quickly clear they totally understood my vision.
Once Mahershala agreed to accompany us, I knew we had something extraordinary. To be making this movie with Mahershala and Anonymous at Apple is an ideal dream.’
Ali gained the award the best supporting actor category for “Moonlight” and “Green Book.”
Apple stated that “Swan Song” will get a professional release in addition to being presented on Apple TV+ but gave no more information.
More forthcoming Apple TV+ names that will receive a theatrical release include ‘Boys State,’ ‘Beastie boys Story,’ ‘The Banker,’ ‘On The Rocks,’ and ‘Wolfwalkers.’