If you are into movies, you might be waiting for Joel Coen’s adaption of “The Tragedy of Macbeth.” After a theatrical release, “The tragedy of Macbeth” is all set to come to the popular streaming service Apple TV+. The film features Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand in the lead role. Joel Coen directs it.
This is the first time Joel Coen has directed and written a movie without his partner Ethan Coen, who also happens to be his brother. The film will first be released worldwide in theatres in the last quarter of 2021. After its release, it will soon be available on Apple TV+.
According to the popular Hollywood entertainment website Deadline, the film is already seen as an award-winning contender. The Tragedy of Macbeth stars the Oscar-winning actors Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington. The director of the film, Joel Coen, has already won four Academy Awards.
While McDormand plays the role of Lady Macbeth, Washington is Lord Macbeth. It is based on William Shakespeare’s play by the same name. The film is shot in black and white, and Coen has restrained himself from revealing any location footage.
Apple TV+ has already signed a deal to stream “CODA,” a film that has won the Sundance Film Festival title award. Undoubtedly, the signing of Macbeth will help the platform compete with its rivals like Netflix and Amazon Prime.