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Apple signs an agreement to produce the series ‘Mosquito Coast’

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We continue to hear about the productions that the Cupertino firm is preparing for its Apple TV + service. On this occasion, Apple has signed an agreement for an adaptation of The Mosquito Coast, a series that is based on the 1981 novel.

For this project, the apple company will have the participation of actor Justin Theroux , who will be the protagonist of the series. Theroux is known for his roles in “Maniac”, “The Leftovers”, “American Psycho”, “Zoolander” and more.

According to records, the novel is told from the point of view of the 14-year-old main character Charlie Fox, and focuses on his father, Allie, who is an inventor. Allie becomes critical of American consumerism and culture, and decides to uproot her family and move to La Mosquitia on the coast of mosquitoes in Honduras.

The original book is being adapted for television by Neil Cross, who also serves as a showrunner. Rupert Wyatt is executive producer and will direct multiple episodes.

Availability of ‘Mosquito Coast’

“The Mosquito Coast” will be available through Apple TV +, Apple’s new television broadcast service, which will launch on November 1. Recall that Apple TV + will be priced at $ 4.99 per month.

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