Not a lot is known about Apple's long-in-development streaming service, but we do know that it'll have some heavy hitters when it does arrive. Deadline reports that Captain Marvel lead Brie Larson will be starring in a currently untitled CIA-focused drama series for Apple's new service.
Based on Amaryllis Fox's currently unreleased memoir, Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA, the Larson-starring show has received a straight-to-series order. Megan Martin, who worked as a writer and producer on TNT's Animal Kingdom, is currently in negotiations to serve as executive producer and lead-writer on the series. The show doesn't have a name yet, but it will promise to take a look at a young woman's career in the CIA.
This isn't the only huge series Apple has tapped for the streaming service, as they announced not too long ago they would be producing a Morning Show-based drama starring and produced by Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. They also gave a straight-to-series order to the Chris Evans-starring Defending Jacob last year. Needless to say, Apple intends to come out of the gate swinging.
Larson will be appearing as the titular lead in Marvel's latest superhero blockbuster Captain Marvel, which hits theaters later this week on March 8. Not long after, she will be reprising the role in the highly-anticipated Avengers: Endgame, which arrives next month on April 26.