Martin Scorsese’s Latest Film: “Killers of the Flower Moon” Hits AppleTV+
A Change in How We Watch
Martin Scorsese, a big name in movies, brought out his new film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” in theaters on Oct. 20 and on TVs starting Jan. 12. Scorsese always talks about how movies are changing, and now he’s doing something different. His last movie, “The Irishman,” was on Netflix. But this time, “Killers of the Flower Moon” is on AppleTV+.
Big Movies: ‘The Irishman’ and ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’
Both “The Irishman” and “Killers of the Flower Moon” are long, over three hours each. They’re like deep dives into a story, making you feel like you’re right there. Scorsese choosing AppleTV+ for his new movie makes us wonder about how filmmakers work with streaming platforms.
What’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ About?
This movie is based on a book by David Grann and tells a tough time for the Osage Nation. Bad things happened after they found oil on their land in Oklahoma, and lots of Osage people were killed. The main story follows a guy named Ernest Burkhart, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who moves to Oklahoma after World War I. He’s looking for work from his powerful uncle, William Hale, played by Robert De Niro. He ends up marrying Mollie, a rich Osage Nation member played by Lily Gladstone.
Where Can I Watch ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’?
At first, the movie was only going to be on Paramount Studios, but later it joined up with Apple Original Films. So now, you can only watch it on Apple TV+. This change makes us think about how movies are released and how much streaming services matter.
When Can I Watch ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’?
You can watch the movie on AppleTV+ from Jan. 12. This is different from how movies usually come out, showing that things in the movie world are changing.
DVD or Blu-ray Release?
There’s no word on the movie coming out on DVD or Blu-ray yet. Usually, it takes a few months after a movie is in theaters. This makes us wonder if people still want physical copies of movies or if everything is moving to digital.
In the changing world of movies and streaming, Scorsese picking AppleTV+ for “Killers of the Flower Moon” makes us think about how we watch stories. As we dive into the movie’s world, the move to streaming services makes us wonder where storytelling is going in the digital age.