Tom Hanks returns to Apple TV + with sci-fi film Finch

Tom Hanks

The latest news related to Apple’s streaming video service, we find it, once again, in the middle Deadline. According to this publication, Apple has acquired the rights to the next Tom Hanks film, a science fiction film that It will premiere on Apple TV + before the end of the year.

Titled Finch (although initially it was going to be called BIOS), the film revolves around a man, a robot and a dog that form an atypical family. Tom Hanks plays Finch, a robotics engineer who has lived in an underground bunker for over a decade after being one of the few survivors of a solar cataclysm, which has turned the earth into a wasteland.

To make his time underground more bearable, he has built a robot to take care of his dog Goodyear when he can’t. The three components of this atypical family They embark on a dangerous journey to the bleak American West in which Finch discovers the joy of staying alive and having survived the solar cataclysm.

Finch is directed by Miguel Sapochnik, who has directed some of the most interesting episodes of the series Game of Thrones and with those who won first two Emmy Awards, in addition to various chapters of series such as House, Fringe, True Detective Y Altered Carbon.

The script is written by Craig Luck and Ivor Power. In executive production we find Robert Zemeckis, the film’s director Miguel Sapochnik, Andy Berman and Adam Merims.

With Finch, this It is the second Tom Hanks film which will premiere on Apple TV +, after Greyhound, a film that was nominated for an Oscar in the category of best sound.



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