Apple lands upcoming Tom Hanks film ‘Finch’

Apple has outbid other streaming services to bring the upcoming Tom Hanks film “Finch” to Apple TV.The Amblin Entertainment sci-fi film, previously entitled “Bios,” was at first set to launch by Universal. It will now likely best during awards season, as reported by Deadline.The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world after a solar occasion has erased much of life as we understand it. Finch (Hanks) has actually been residing in an underground bunker for a decade, building a world that he shares with his pet, Goodyear.Finch builds a robotic to look after his canine after hes gone, developing an “not likely household.” The trio then “start a perilous journey into a desolate American West.”” Finch” follows “Greyhound” as the 2nd Tom Hanks-starring film to arrive at Apple TV+. The latter has been Apples most-watched movie, and it netted an Oscar nomination for Best Sound.
Hanks in the Oscar-nominated Apple TV+ movie Greyhound.
That movie starred Hanks as a Navy veteran tasked with securing a convoy of 37 ships carrying countless soldiers and materials throughout the Atlantic during World War II.Miguel Sapochnik, an Emmy winner who helmed the “Battle of the Bastards” episode of “Game of Thrones,” is directing “Finch.” Craig Luck and Ivor Powell composed the screenplay.Kevin Misher, Jack Rapke, Jacqueline Levine, and Powell are producing. Executive producers include Robert Zemeckis, Sapochnik, Luck, Andy Berman, and Adam Merims.Stay on top of all Apple news right from your HomePod. State, “Hey, Siri, play AppleInsider,” and youll get most current AppleInsider Podcast. Or ask your HomePod mini for “AppleInsider Daily” instead and youll hear a fast update direct from our news team. And, if youre interested in Apple-centric house automation, say “Hey, Siri, play HomeKit Insider,” and youll be listening to our latest specialized podcast in minutes.