Apple has set a release date for the second of two Tom Hanks films acquired during the pandemic. FinchA futuristic tale of a reclusive inventor and his fellow dogs and robots arrives on Apple TV + November 5. Like a Hanks war movie Greyhound prior to that, the film was the victim of a pandemic mired in release date delays until Apple swooped in to acquire it from Universal. The robot (pictured above) is played by Caleb Landry Jones, who just won Best Actor at Cannes.
Hanks plays the main character, a sick robotics engineer who emerges from self-imposed exile from the underground to travel through the desolate American wasteland. Accompanied by his dog Goodyear and an android named Jeff. Together they make up a dysfunctional family, but can they learn to get along? I think we’ll have to wait until November to find out.
Finch also loaded with offscreen talent. A good-natured sci-fi film directed by an Emmy award winner. Game of Thrones headed by Miguel Sapochnik, with Alien scribe Ivor Powell and newcomer Craig Luck as screenwriter. While directed by Robert Zemeckis acts as an executive producer and the film hails from Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment, which may explain why the plot matters. Throwing away and AI energy.
The November release date also signals Apple’s possible confidence in the film’s chances of winning the award. Either that, or he just wants to add a big movie to his fall lineup, which is already packed with hit hits like sci-fi series. Fund, second season Morning show and current events of the show The problem with John Stewart…
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