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Apple Cancels Theatrical Premiere of The Banker After Controversy

Apple has introduced that it’s delaying the theatrical unencumber its first characteristic movie, The Banker, after sexual misconduct allegations got here out in opposition to Bernard Garrett Jr. He’s the real-life son of the nature portrayed within the movie via Anthony Mackie.In a remark to The Verge, Apple introduced that it’s delaying the theatrical unencumber of The Banker, and won’t premiere the film at AFI Fest as at the start deliberate. The movie used to be set to premiere on the pageant on November 21 with a theatrical unencumber scheduled for December 6. No selection unencumber date for the movie has been introduced.

“We bought The banker previous this 12 months as we have been moved via the movie’s entertaining and academic tale about social exchange and fiscal literacy. Remaining week some issues surrounding the movie have been dropped at our consideration,” Apple stated in its remark.

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“We, together with the filmmakers, want a while to appear into those issues and decide the most efficient subsequent steps. In gentle of this, we’re now not premiering The Banker at AFI Fest.”

The Banker is a film set all the way through the Civil Rights generation about two African-American businessmen who employed a white guy to function the pretend boss in their trade, whilst they posed as a janitor and chauffeur. The movie stars Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson, together with Nicholas Hoult who performs the person pretending to be the corporate’s boss.

Apple deliberate on freeing The Banker on its Apple TV Plus streaming carrier early subsequent 12 months following its theatrical unencumber. Apple nonetheless has two different motion pictures set to be launched in 2019, The Elephant Queen and Hala.

You’ll learn extra about Apple TV Plus in IGN’s State of Streaming characteristic.

Matt Kim is a reporter for IGN. You’ll succeed in him on Twitter.

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