The first official trailer for Apple TV Plus’ original series, See, finds actor Jason Momoa‘s return to being a hero.
The Aquaman actor starred in the first trailer for Apple TV Plus’ See, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi series coming to Apple’s streaming service. See follows a community living in a world where people have lost the ability to see.
Momoa must help this group survive the vast challenges that come with navigating their terrifying new reality as they cope with enemies that want to kill them. The company briefly previewed See in its sizzle reel during the Apple TV Plus announcement.
Apple TV Plus will be available on November 1st for $4.99 a month. It will launch in over 100 countries. People who buy a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, or iPod touch starting September 10th will also get one free year of Apple TV Plus.
Read more at The Verge.
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Johnny Depp is coming to the defense of Dior after the brand pulled the Sauvage fragrance campaign after getting heat for cultural appropriation.
For a little refresher: Last month, the design house faced a lot of criticism after it teased an upcoming advertisement. In the ad that debuted on Friday, August 30, Depp wanders through the red rocks as a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Canku One Star, performs a war dance in traditional dress.
Many were outraged that the fashion house was capitalizing on indigenous cultures to turn a profit. However, the star of the project officially titled We Are the Land did not necessarily feel the same way.
On Monday, September 9, the Edward Scissorhands was defending the video.
Read more at Us Weekly.
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