Apple TV+ service aims to air a docudrama about comedian Steve Martin


A new two-part Apple TV+ docudrama is currently in preparation and will feature Steve Martin, a writer, comedian, actor, and banjo player.

Though The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Morgan Neville, an Oscar-winning docudrama filmmaker, is producing the as-of-yet-untitled film, few specifics are still recognized about it.

It’s “someone else’s take” on Martin’s life, he said in an interview with the journal. They discovered a photograph of my father visiting “Our Town” with the USO in 1944 in Germany.

The 76-year-old comedian Steve Martin rose to fame as the host of “SNL,” but his stand-up comedy has also appeared in big feature pictures, and he has also published novels and theatrical plays.

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He came up with the concept for his latest smash, the comedy-mystery series “Only Murders in the Building,” which is about to wrap up its critically lauded second season on Hulu. Martin is now nominated for three Emmy awards for the show, which he produced, acted in, and wrote. A third season has also been ordered.

The latest docudrama’s release date has not been made public, but it is being made by A24, the production company behind “Everything Everywhere All At Once.”

A draught of the “Only Murders in the Building” pilot script is moreover now accessible online. The murder weapon was clearly meant to be an Apple Pencil in this early draught by Steve Martin and John Hoffman.

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