Apple’s front page is crowded with the Apple TV+ movie ‘Luck’


The computer-animated comedy “Luck” has just been available to stream on Apple TV+, and the company is promoting the film by having its characters fall down around various standard iPads, iPhones, and Macs.

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which falls on the third Monday in January, Apple adjusts its homepage. The corporation, on the other hand, rarely strays from the norm when it comes to promoting Apple products for sale.

It was announced that the second season premiere of “Ted Lasso” will take place on Apple TV+, and Apple Arcade will also receive the same treatment.

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The new animated comedy “Luck” first looks to take over the site’s main banner area—and then it’s shown to have taken over everything. The top banner depicts Bob, the cat, opening a doorway to the Land of Luck.

After that, Bob leaps through the portal, and he and Sam Greenfield (Eva Noblezada) emerge from it down below, slamming into the standard iPad Pro section of Apple’s store. Other characters can be seen farther down the page, either being imprisoned inside of a MacBook Pro or standing on each other’s shoulders in an attempt to reach a different part of the page.

Kiel Murray, Jonathan Aibel, and Glenn Berger collaborated on the story of “Luck.” Peggy Holmes is the director, and the cast includes Simon Pegg, Jane Fonda, and Whoopi Goldberg.

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