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On Friday, Apple TV+ is set to Debut the Action-Comedy Romance Feature Film Argylle


Apple Original Films has announced that Matthew Vaughn’s action-comedy romance feature film "Argylle" will make its global streaming debut on Apple TV+ beginning Friday, April 12.

The critics killed this movie. The UK's Independent's headline was " Argylle is a disaster for all involved – but especially Henry Cavill." The Rolling Stone review was titled ‘Argylle’ Has a Big Secret: It’s a Stunningly Bad Movie.The critics on Rotten Tomatoes gave it 33% but the audience score was 72%. So if you're not paying for it as an Apple TV+ subscriber, then it might worth a watch. We'll know next Friday if the audience or critics got it right.  

In anticipation of the streaming debut of “Argylle,” K-pop superstars THE BOYZ have reimagined “Electric Energy,” the Ariana Debose-led hit from the film. The soundtrack and today’s single release of “Electric Energy (Reimagination)” by THE BOYZ are available on all music streaming platforms. Originally written by Gary Barlow, Stuart Price, Matthew Vaughn and Lorne Balfe for Vaughn’s razor-witted, reality-bending spy thriller, the song undergoes a remarkable transformation as produced by Price in collaboration with Balfe for Platoon.

Elly Conway, played by Bryce Dallas Howard, is the reclusive cat-loving author of a series of bestselling espionage novels about the impossibly glamorous secret agent Argylle (Henry Cavill), who’s on a mission to unravel a nefarious spy syndicate. When Elly, with the help of feline-hating real-life spy Aidan (Sam Rockwell), discovers that her story mirrors the actions of an actual spy organization, a dangerous game of cat and mouse ensues. In order to stay one step ahead of the syndicate’s assassins while also working to prevent a global crisis, these two unlikely conspirators — accompanied by Alfie the cat — find themselves in an adventure story of their own.

“Argylle” is directed by Vaughn from a screenplay by Jason Fuchs and features a star-studded ensemble including Howard, Cavill, Rockwell, John Cena, DeBose, Richard E. Grant, Dua Lipa, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Sofia Boutella, Samuel L. Jackson and Chip, the real-life cat of supermodel Claudia Vaughn (née Schiffer).

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