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Apple Authentic Movies Lands Michael J Fox Nonfiction Characteristic Movie

Apple Authentic Movies Lands Michael J Fox Nonfiction Characteristic Movie

Apple announced a brand new untitled feature movie in regards to the lifetime of beloved actor and advocate Michael J. Fox (“Back to the Future” franchise, “Spin City,” “Family Ties,” “Casualties of War,” “American President”), from Oscar-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim (“An Inconvenient Truth,” “Waiting for Superman,” “He Named Me Malala”). The movie is at the moment in production in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver.

Michael J Fox_ Credit Mark SeligerThe movie, directed by Guggenheim, which is able to incorporate documentary, archival and scripted parts, will recount Fox’s extraordinary story in his own personal words — the unbelievable story of an undersized child from a Canadian military base who rose to the heights of stardom in 1980s Hollywood. The account of Fox’s public life, filled with nostalgic thrills and cinematic gloss, will unspool alongside his never-before-seen personal journey, together with the years that adopted his analysis, at twenty-nine, with Parkinson’s disease. Intimate and sincere, and produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the movie will chronicle Fox’s private {and professional} triumphs and travails, and will discover what occurs when an incurable optimist confronts an incurable disease. With a mixture of adventure and romance, comedy and drama, watching the movie will feel like… well, like a Michael J. Fox film.

The untitled Michael J. Fox feature movie is produced by Concordia Studio. Guggenheim, Annetta Marion (“Oprah’s Master Class”), Will Cohen (“Divide and Conquer”) and Jonathan King (“Spotlight,” “Roma,” “Green Book”) serve as producers, with Laurene Powell Jobs (“Boys State,” “A Thousand Cuts”), Jonathan Silberberg (“Time,” “Boys State,” “Summer of Soul [… Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised]”), Nicole Stott (“Time,” “Boys State,” “Summer of Soul” [… Or, “When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised”]) and Fox’s long-time producing companion Nelle Fortenberry (“Adventures of an Incurable Optimist”) executive producing. The project marks the second partnership for Apple and Concordia Studio following the Emmy Award-winning documentary “Boys State.”

Raymond Melendez

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