Ridley Scott’s Apple Movie ‘Napoleon’ Invades Sony’s CinemaCon Presentation

Sony Motion Pictures Chairman and CEO Tom Rothman introduced a sequence ridley scott‘S Apple TV + Film, Napoleon Tonight at CinemaCon,

Apple’s continued foray into theaters was a big deal for Sony, which is distributing the film.

“It will be released over Thanksgiving with a strong theatrical window and strong marketing campaign before moving to Apple TV+,” Rothman said. Unlike other studios, Sony does not own a streaming service, instead considering itself an arms dealer in licensing films, but also becoming a distribution partner.

Rothman made known at the performances at the Caesars Palace Colosseum Theater how amazed he is that Scott still hasn’t won the Best Director Oscar. Rothman praised the 85-year-old filmmaker, saying, “I know he can do cinematically everything filmmakers half his age can’t.”

how is the footage? Guess it would make Barry Lyndon director Stanley Kubrick jealous. The clip shown features the title character of Joaquin Phoenix commanding the French army in a foggy, winter face-off with the Russians. “They think they have the high ground!” They say clown Oscar winner.

Regarding the footage, Rothman said, “Old school, big screen”.

Scott, starring from a screenplay by David Scarpa Napoleon Joaquin Phoenix poses as the French emperor and military leader. The film is an original and personal look at Napoleon’s origins and his swift, ruthless ascent to emperor, seen through the prism of his drug addiction and often tumultuous relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine, played by Vanessa Kirby. Is. The film captures Napoleon’s famous battles, tireless ambition, and astonishing strategic mind as an extraordinary military leader and war visionary.

An Apple Studios Production in conjunction with Scott Free Productions, Napoleon Scott, Kevin Walsh, Mark Huffum and Phoenix, with Michael Prause and Aidan Elliott serving as executive producers.

The film gallops into theaters on Thanksgiving, November 22.