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'Knives Out' director reveals Apple won't allow the bad guys in movies to have iPhones

Business Insider Wednesday, 26 February 2020
'Knives Out' director reveals Apple won't allow the bad guys in movies to have iPhones· Rian Johnson, the director of hit whodunit movie "Knives Out," recently sat down for an interview with Vanity Fair to break down a scene from the film.
· Johnson says that while Apple allowed the movie to feature an iPhone in the scene, the company doesn't allow "bad guys" to have the phone on camera.
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