Deadline reports that Apple has reached a deal to acquire the rights for "Argylle", a forthcoming spy thriller by Matthew Vaughn. Apple is expected pay approximately $200 million for a film package."Argylle," a spy novel by Ellie Conway, is the basis for the story. The film follows the adventures of the greatest spy in the world, and will be shot later this year.Henry Cavill will be the star of the upcoming film. The film will also include Dua Lipa, Bryce Dallas Howard and Samuel L. Jackson.Matthew Vaughn is well-known for his films such as "Kingsman," Kick-Ass, and "Stardust." He stated that he was delighted to be working with Apple in a statement.I am thrilled to partner with Apple to bring the best spy thriller I have ever read to the only streaming platform that can make a franchise of such quality for worldwide audiences.Apple has been trying to secure rights to several high-profile films in order to bring customers to Apple TV+. Apple has also signed deals for "Killers of the Flower Moon", with Robert De Nio and Leonardo DiCaprio, and "Bride" and Scarlet Johansson. "Snow Blind" was with Jake Gyllenhaal. "Sharper," with Julianne Moore, and the "Kitbag" movie with Joaquin Phoenix.