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Beastie Boys Story: Spike Jonze-directed live documentary trailer is out

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The Spike Jonze-directed Beastie Boys Story live documentary will be hitting IMAX theatres in the US on 2 April and will stream live on 24 April via Apple TV+. The film’s first full-length trailer is out.

Beastie Boys Mike Diamond (Mike D) and Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock) takes you through an intimate, personal story of the band and 40 years of friendship. The live documentary is directed by their longtime friend and collaborator, filmmaker Spike Jonze.

The official trailer starts off with some archival footage of the trio spliced with recent footage from Ad-Rock and Mike D’s recent variety show in support of the Beastie Boys Book.

The film is set to premiere on the hells of the 26th anniversary of the release of Beastie Boys’ No. 1 charting 1994 album, “Ill Communication,” and reunites the rap group with director Jonze over 25 years after directing the music video for the album’s immortal hit single, “Sabotage.”

“Beastie Boys Story” is produced by Grammy Award winner Jason Baum, Amanda Adelson, alongside director and writer Spike Jonze, and executive produced by Mike Diamond, Adam Horovitz, Dechen Wangdu-Yauch, John Silva, John Cutcliffe, Peter Smith, Thomas Benski, Dan Bowen, Sam Bridger, Michele Anthony, David Blackman, Ashley Newton, Losel Yauch and Jonah Hill. The film is produced for Apple by Fresh Bread and Pulse Films in association with Polygram Entertainment. 

Apple TV+ costs just MYR19.90 per month and can be shared with the family. You can watch Apple TV+ on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, PC, select Samsung Smart TV, Roku players and TVs, as well as select LG Smart TVs.

Apple TV+ is also included for free when you purchase a new iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or Apple TV.

For more information, visit Apple.com

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