Jonah Hill’s outcome with Keanu Reeves ends up at Apple

Plot details have surfaced for Jonah Hill’s directing project at Apple, which is also developing his Grateful Dead biopic starring Martin Scorsese.

Jonah Hill stays in business with Apple. His next directorial project, Outcome, first announced in November, has landed on the streamer. The film, co-written by Hill and Ezra Woods, will star Keanu Reeves, it was previously revealed, but new plot details emerged with the release of Wednesday’s news.

Outcome stars Reeves as Reef, a damaged Hollywood star who must delve into the dark depths of his past to confront his demons and make amends after being blackmailed with a mysterious video clip from his past.

Apple Original Films landed “Outcome” in a competitive situation, according to the streamer. The film is being produced by Matt Dines and Hill under their Strong Baby banner.

The film marks the latest collaboration between Hill and Apple Original Films, who are also developing a Grateful Dead biopic with Martin Scorsese’s Sikelia Productions, which will be directed by Scorsese, with Hill starring as Jerry Garcia and producing under Strong Baby, and produced by Scott was written by Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Hill and Dines will also produce for Strong Baby. (Apple will release Scorsese’s ambitious Killers of the Flower Moon in Cannes this May before its theatrical debut this fall.)

Reeves was last seen in John Wick: Chapter 4, which is now in Lionsgate theaters, and will appear in the John Wick spin-off Ballerina alongside franchise regulars and newcomers, including Ana de Armas , Anjelica Huston and Gabriel Byrne, the late Lance Reddick, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Norman Reedus and Ian McShane. The film will also be released by Lionsgate on June 7, 2024. John Wick: Chapter 4 recently surpassed $250 million at the worldwide box office.

Oscar-nominated Hill (“The Wolf of Wall Street”) made his directorial debut “Mid90s” on A24 in 2018. Outcome at Apple marks a departure from his recent partnership with Netflix, where he directed the autobiographical documentary Stutz. Sharing his mental health journey with therapist Dr. Phil Stutz. You People, in which he stars and co-wrote the screenplay with director Kenya Barris, was released on Netflix in January. Hill also directed a single episode of Adam McKay’s HBO series Winning Time.

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