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Tom Hanks WWII Movie ‘Greyhound’ Moves From Sony to Apple

“Greyhound,” the WWII drama and motion movie starring Tom Hanks, has been picked up by Apple TV+ from Sony Pictures, a person with information of the transfer informed TheWrap.

“Greyhound” is directed by Aaron Schneider, and Sony initially deliberate to launch the movie theatrically on June 12 earlier than pulling it from the discharge calendar altogether. The film will now make its debut on the Apple TV+ streaming service, although no new launch date has been set.

“Greyhound” is impressed by occasions throughout the Battle of the Atlantic, which befell within the earliest months of America’s alliance with England and the Free Forces.

While Sony stays dedicated to the theatrical expertise and has shifted quite a lot of different movies on its launch slate, that is the most recent property to maneuver to a streamer, together with the indie “Charm City Kings” and the Seth Rogen movie “An American Pickle,” each of which moved to HBO Max.

As for Apple, the Hanks movie is a large get because the streamer seems to be to broaden its library of unique movies and exhibits. On the movie aspect, Apple TV+ has lately launched “The Banker” with Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie and the documentary “Beastie Boys Story” as directed by Spike Jonze.

“Greyhound” is directed by Schneider and relies on the ebook “The Good Shepherd” by C.S. Forester. It comes from a screenplay written by Hanks himself. Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan and Elisabeth Shue additionally co-star within the movie together with Hanks. Gary Goetzman produced the movie.

“Greyhound” is a Playtone Production from Sony Pictures/Stage Six Films.

Deadline first reported the information of the acquisition.

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