The film Greyhound will arrive on Apple TV+ on July 10, it emerged Thursday. The World War II epic, starring Tom Hanks, was set to arrive in theaters tomorrow, June 12.
‘Greyhound’ Debuting on Apple TV+ July 10
With the coronavirus pandemic meaning nobody is really going to the cinema, Apple’s streaming service recently acquired the rights to Greyhound, a significant moment in its development. Apple TV+ just uploaded the trailer to its official YouTube channel:
Based on a true story, it tells the tale of a Commander (Mr. Hanks) guiding his submarine crew to the frontlines for the first time. The star also wrote the screenplay, with the film directed by Aaron Schneider.
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“Based on a true story, it tells the tale of a Commander (Mr. Hanks) guiding his submarine crew”
As a retired Navy Senior Chief I must point out that he is commanding a destroyer, not a submarine. I spent 6 continuous years on frigate which was designed for convoy protection and submarine hunting. The movie is based on the book The Good Shepherd by C.S. Forester