Apple as we speak shared an “inside look” trailer for upcoming Apple TV+ film “Greyhound” starring Tom Hanks. The trailer, narrated by Tom Hanks, explains a number of the background of the Battle of the Atlantic that the film explores.
“Greyhound” options Tom Hanks as George Krause, a profession naval officer given command of Navy destroyer Greyhound in the course of the Battle of the Atlantic. Krause fights his personal self doubts and private demons as he leads a convoy of Allied ships in opposition to German U-boats to show that he belongs in command.
The screenplay for the film was written by Tom Hanks and the movie was meant to be launched in theaters, however couldn’t premiere as a result of most theaters throughout the US stay closed. Apple finally paid $70 million for the movie, and it’ll see a premiere on Apple TV+.
“Greyhound” is the primary Tom Hanks film that has seen a straight to streaming launch, which Hanks referred to as “an absolute heartbreak” in an interview earlier this week. “I do not imply to make indignant my Apple overlords,” stated Hanks, “however there’s a distinction in image and sound high quality.”