Watch The First Trailer For Coming-Of-Age Film ‘The Sky Is Everywhere’

I’m a sucker for a good coming-of-age flick, and it looks like the upcoming AppleTV+ film ‘The Sky Is Everywhere’ might check all the boxes.

The movie is based on Jandy Nelson’s 2010 New York Times bestselling novel of the same name, which follows a girl named Lennie, a shy teen who is grieving from the sudden death of her older sister.

In the trailer, the character explains, “There is no more music in me, no more dreams in me,” but then everything changes when she meets a new student who impresses her with his musical knowledge.

Meanwhile, Lennie grows closer with her sister’s former fiancé, Toby Shaw (Pico Alexander). A love triangle blossoms out of grief, as Lennie’s grandmother (Cherry Jones) explains is only natural.

Jason Segal plays Lennie’s uncle in the movie, and Grace Kaufman has the starring role as Lennie.

The Sky Is Everywhere novel was initially optioned by Warner Bros. upon release, while Apple and A24 previously teamed up for Decker’s Sundance breakout film ‘Madeline’s Madeline,’ also set in high school.

Josephine Decker directed this movie, and Nelson actually wrote the screenplay, so it’s nice the studio allowed the author to bring her words to screen.

The Sky Is Everywhere will premiere February 11 in select theaters and on AppleTV+

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