Apple TV+’s first 3D animated movie “Luck” is now available in the US a few hours earlier than promised. Apple is promoting the film with a full-page takeover on its website, with characters from the film appearing in several places.

Apple TV+ Animated Film ‘Luck’ Now Streaming, Takes Over Apple’s Homepage
Created by Skydance Animation, “Luck” revolves around an unlucky person named Sam Greenfield who suddenly finds herself in the never-before-seen “Land of Luck” where she must unite with magical creatures to turn her luck around. Sam teams up with a lucky black cat named Bob as they embark on a journey that could change her luck forever.

The film features the voices of Eva Noblezada (Sam), Simon Pegg (Bob), Jane Fonda (The Dragon), Whoopi Goldberg (The Captain) and others.

“Luck” and other Apple TV+ content can be viewed in the Apple TV app across iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV box, select Xbox and PlayStation consoles, select smart TVs, on the web on TV. and on select other platforms. Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month in the US, with a free seven-day trial available.

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