Apple TV+ celebrates world premiere of ‘Sharper’

Sebastian Stan, Briana Middleton, Julianne Moore, Benjamin Caron and Justice Smith attend the world premiere of Apple Original Films’ “Sharper” at BFI Southbank in London.

Yesterday at BFI Southbank in London, Apple Original Films and A24 celebrated the world premiere of the thriller “Sharper,” from director Benjamin Caron, premiering in select theaters February 10 and globally on Apple TV+ February 17.

Attendees of the red carpet event included the film’s star and producer Julianne Moore, her co-stars Sebastian Stan, Justice Smith and Briana Middleton, director Benjamin Caron, writers and producers Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka, producers Erik Feig, Jessica Switch, co-producer Jodie Caron and more.

Here’s how the movie is described: No one is who they seem in “Sharper,” a neo-noir thriller of secrets and lies, set amongst New York City’s bedrooms, barrooms and boardrooms. Characters compete for riches and power in a high stakes game of ambition, greed, lust and jealousy that will keep audiences guessing until the final moment. 

“Sharper” is directed by Benjamin Caron and written by Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka. Producers are Erik Feig, Jessica Switch, Julianne Moore, Bart Freundlich, Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka. Executive producers are Julia Hammer and Amy Herman.

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Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.