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 Tom Hanks’ new sci-fi film with Sport of Thrones director skipping cinemas for Apple TV+
April 21, 2022

Tom Hanks’ new sci-fi film with Sport of Thrones director skipping cinemas for Apple TV+

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Tom Hanks film Finch is heading to Apple TV+ as an alternative of cinemas.

Directed by Sport of Thrones veteran Miguel Sapochnik, who yelled ‘ACTION!’ on episodes resembling ‘Battle of the Bastards’ and ‘Hardhome’, this upcoming sci-fi is an Amblin Leisure manufacturing set for streaming later this yr.

It initially glided by the title Bios.

By way of Deadline, the film centres on a person (Finch), his beloved canine and a robotic as an unlikely household unit.

Two-time Oscar winner Hanks performs Finch, a robotics engineer and one of many final people on Earth following a photo voltaic catastrophe.

“Finch, who has been residing in an underground bunker for a decade, has constructed a world of his personal that he shares along with his canine, Goodyear. He creates a robotic (performed by Get Out star Caleb Landry Jones) to look at over Goodyear when he now not can.

“Because the trio embarks on a deadly journey right into a desolate American West, Finch strives to indicate his creation the enjoyment and marvel of what it means to be alive,” continued an outline.

That is one other win for Apple TV+ after beforehand securing distribution for Hanks’ oceanic WWII epic Greyhound.

It will definitely went on to interrupt a report for the streaming service.

Finch will premiere on Apple TV+ later this yr.

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