Joseph Gordon-Levitt signed on to take part in a brand new sequence known as Mr. Corman manner again in 2019. Since then, information went fairly quiet on that entrance for an extended stretch. It wasn’t till Could of this 12 months that we discovered the brand new sequence will premiere on Apple TV+ in August of this 12 months.
And with the debut date quickly approaching, Apple TV+ has lastly given us the primary trailer for the upcoming undertaking. It’s billed as a darkish comedy, and it’ll observe the primary character, Josh Corman, as he goes by his each day life. It’s there that we study that Mr. Corman is an artist at coronary heart, however life hasn’t actually made that dream change into a actuality.
Mr. Corman is ready to premiere on Apple TV+ on August 6, 2021. You possibly can try the primary official trailer for the brand new present slightly below.
Right here’s how Apple describes the upcoming sequence:
Josh Corman, an artist at coronary heart however not by commerce. Issues haven’t been going his manner these days – his lifelong dream of a profession in music didn’t pan out and he finds himself educating fifth grade at a faculty within the San Fernando Valley, his ex-fiancé Megan has moved out and his highschool buddy has moved in. Conscious that he nonetheless has so much to be glad about, Josh struggles nonetheless by common emotions of hysteria, loneliness and self-doubt. Darkly humorous, oddly stunning and deeply heartfelt, this relatable comedy-drama speaks for our up to date technology of 30-somethings – wealthy with good intentions, poor with pupil loans and dealing to change into grown-ups someday earlier than they’re senior residents.
Associated, the official trailer promotes music from Harry Nilsson with the music “P.O.V. Waltz” and “Wack Jack” by Hamilton Leithauser.
As is par for the course, Apple is providing up one other present that can focus totally on character improvement. That actually seems to be the case with this one. As you’ll be able to see from the trailer above, Mr. Corman stars Gordon-Levitt (500 Days of Summer season, 50/50), Juno Temple (Ted Lasso), Jamie Chung (Huge Hero 6), Shannon Woodward (Westworld), Alexander Jo, Hector Hernandez, Debra Winger (Phrases of Endearment), and Bobby Corridor a.ok.a Logic.
After seeing the trailer, are you trying ahead to testing Mr. Corman premieres in early August? There might be a complete of eight episodes within the first season, so it’s not a very lengthy jaunt, anyway.