Apple made a surprising decision to withdraw its original film The Banker from the annual festival of the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. The movie was ready for premiere at the festival tomorrow, but now the premiere date is unclear.
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According to The New York Times Apple The Banker ] was to be premiered at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles tomorrow with a theatrical release on December 6 and eventual availability on Apple TV +. Banker premiered at AFI Fest on a prestigious Thursday evening, which was closed at night.
Apple said in a statement last week that he was alerted to "some concerns" about the film. Along with the filmmakers, Apple then decided to postpone the debut:
"We were warned about some movie concerns last week," Apple said in a statement Wednesday. "Together with the filmmakers, we need some time to deal with these issues and determine the best next steps."
Apple still has to "make a decision about the theatrical release of the film," according to New York Times . The American Film Institute has not been given a word about the change to date, which further suggests what the latest decision was for Apple.
The Banker is one of Apple's first original movies for Apple TV +. There was a lot of expectation about its release, and the fact that it was adopted for the time to close the night at AFI Fest indicated that Banker could have the potential of appreciation.
Here's a summary that Apple provided for a film starring Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson:
Inspired by a true story, "The Banker" focuses on revolutionary entrepreneurs Bernard Garrett and Joe Morris to design bold and risky Plan
Together with Garrett's wife Eunice, they raise white men working in the classroom, Matt Steiner, to present themselves as the rich and privileged face of their growing real life. property and banking empire – while Garrett and Morris act as steward and chauffeur. Their success eventually attracts the attention of the federal government, which puts at risk everything the four have built.
Pendant for Banker is shown below. It is not known when the film will be publicly available at this time. You can read more about Apple TV + in our complete guide here.
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