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Apple Studios is working on a Romantic Adventure starring Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans while Ted Lasso wins more awards

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It was reported late yesterday that Apple Studios has set a high profile project that will reteam Marvel stalwarts Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans in Ghosted, a romantic action adventure film that will be directed by Dexter Fletcher.


The duo worked together in three Avengers films, as well as Captain America: Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. Waiting for more detail on the film and will convey when I have it.


This is the latest deal for Johansson since her attorneys filed a lawsuit against Disney over the studio’s decision to day and date release Black Widow for premium purchase on Disney+. For more, read the full Deadline report.


Apple TV+ "Ted Lasso" Racks up more Awards

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Last night the Hollywood Critics Association announced the winners for the inaugural HCA TV Awards and the Apple TV+ comedy juggernaut "Ted Lasso," starring and executive produced by Jason Sudeikis, scores as the most-winning series at the virtual ceremony. Apple’s HCA Award wins include: Best Streaming Comedy Series, Ted Lasso; Best Actor (Jason Sudeikis) in a streaming Comedy series; Best Supporting Actor Brett Goldstein (playing Roy Kent) and Best Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series, Comedy, Hannah Waddingham (playing Rebecca Welton).


Last month, Apple landed 35 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including a historic 20 nominations for "Ted Lasso," which broke records by becoming the most nominated comedy series this year, and the most nominated freshman comedy series ever.


Apple TV+ "Servant" Picks Up a Win


Lastly, Apple’s drama series "Servant," from creator M. Night Shyamalan, took the Best Supporting Actor prize for star Rupert Grint who plays Julian Pearce. Grint is also an executive producer of the series.


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