Apple has landed the rights to a feature-length documentary about actor and activist Michael J. Fox. As reported by Variety, the documentary is currently in production in New York, Los Angeles, and Vancouver and is directed by Davis Guggenheim who is best known for directing An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman, and He Named Me Malala. The documentary is produced by Guggenheim's Concordia Studio with Guggenheim, Annetta Marion, Will Cohen, and Jonathan King producing. Laurene Powell Jobs, Jonathan Silberg, Nicole Stott, and Fox's long-time producing partner Nelle Fortenberry will executive produce.