Michael J. Fox is working on a new movie for Apple TV+. The film is currently in production in various locations in the United States and Canada.
Michael J. Fox is a beloved name in the world of cinema. The actor has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for some time. Now the actor is getting his own documentary on Apple TV+ where his acting performance as well as how to deal with his illness is key.
Michael J. Fox on Apple TV +
Apple TV+ already offers a preview of exactly what we can expect. The documentary contains archival elements and a screenplay and will tell Fox’s extraordinary story in his own words. The unexpected story of a petite-sized boy from a Canadian army base living in Hollywood in the 1980s as he rose to great heights in stardom.
Filled with tension, nostalgia and cinematic wit, Fox’s public life story will unfold alongside his unprecedented private journey, including the years after his diagnosis, at age 29, with Parkinson’s disease. Intimate, honest, and produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the film will chronicle Fox’s personal and professional triumphs and trials. Additionally, the film explores what happens when an incurable optimist encounters a terminal illness.”
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A number of cool names are involved in the movie about Michael J. Fox. One of the employees is Lauren Powell Jobs, the widow of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Fox Fortenberry’s regular production partner will also work on the Apple TV+ movie.
The Michael J Fox documentary was directed by acclaimed director Davis Guggenheim. For example, he has previously done He Named Me Malala and Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates. The film is produced by Concordia, which previously worked with Apple TV +. The first documentary was the success of Boise State.
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