(Reuters) – Apple Inc is delaying the deliberate December film theater liberate of film “The Banker,” certainly one of its first unique movies, a supply as regards to the corporate stated on Friday, amid ongoing issues in regards to the length drama.
The film’s debut on Apple’s newly introduced streaming provider Apple TV+ can even most likely be behind schedule, the supply stated.
No new dates for the discharge of the movie got.
“The Banker” used to be intended to enter a restricted selection of U.S. film theaters on Dec. 6, and onto the streaming platform in January.
Then again Apple canceled the deliberate Nov. 21 international premiere pronouncing it used to be investigating unspecified issues.
“Closing week some issues surrounding the movie had been delivered to our consideration,” Apple stated in a remark on Wednesday, saying the cancellation of the arena premiere. “We, along side the filmmakers, want a while to appear into those issues and decide the most efficient subsequent steps.”
Apple has given no main points of its issues.
“The Banker” is in keeping with the real-life tale of 2 African-American businessmen within the 1960s who sought to assist other people conquer racial obstacles in banking. The film stars Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson.
Apple has been purchasing motion pictures to feed Apple TV+, the subscription video streaming provider that the iPhone maker introduced this month.
Reporting via Jill Serjeant; Modifying via Sandra Maler