A worldwide tycoon in the business world is Apple. Being the king in electronic items and gadgets they have now stepped into producing a film. Their debut as a producer has been facing trouble as the film has to cancel hitting the screens in the last moment.
The film trailer which was trending online is “The Banker” which talks about 2 African Americans who appoint a white to represent their reality and banking business in 1960.
As it was based on some true incidents it has been raising brows and finding it difficult to get released.
Reports say that close kin of Bernard Garrett Sr. portrayed by Anthony Mackie has been into a snag as they charged with damaging. The film was supposed to release on December 6th and its streaming rights on Apple TV have also been on hold as the firm is enquiring in the charges.
The movie was also expected to premiere at the “American Film Institute’s annual festival.” As per Apple, it said that: “The Banker” had already generated buzz as a potential contender at the Academy Awards. “Last week some concerns surrounding the film were brought to our attention. We, along with the filmmakers, need some time to look into these matters and determine the best next steps.”
But they declined to comment on the actual problem with the film’s release when asked additionally. The Streaming service which was much anticipated released across 100 countries and they are a big threat to the other peers.
As per sources, a whopping sum of $6 billion has been invested in this.