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Apple, an animated movie "Wolffalker" and the documentary "Elephant Queen" rights

Apple signed two new movie contracts as part of ongoing content content initiatives. According to a new report of the deadline, Apple has a contract with the documentary "The Elephant Queen" and animation movie "Wolfwalkers".

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First of all, Apple acquired the right of the documentary "The Elephant Queen" of Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble. The documentary is an elephant Athena that must guide families to explore food and water.

Elephant Queen About the giant elder tosser, Athena, who needs to go home when faced with drought or to decide whether to return to a malicious house in search of food and water. risk? The smallest elephant may not be strong enough to complete the trip.

Victoria Stone and Mark ยท Diebille have previously won the Emmy and Peabody awards for wildlife documentaries. "The Elephant Queen" was narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor who previously appeared on the strange presence of a 12 year old slave and a doctor.

Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, members of Apple's global video division, are said to have led the negotiations on this movie screened at this week's Toronto International Film Festival.

In addition, Apple has acquired the rights of Wolf Walker of Oscar-nominee Tom Moore. Animated movies are from Cartoon Saloon and Melusine Productions. Bloomberg has reported Apple's interest in cartoon saloon animated films so far.

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