Sony Pictures released the first trailer of the action-laden war drama “Greyhound” with Tom Hanks’ commander promising to “bring hell from on high” on Nazi submarines.
World war scenes will give you chills:
The movie is about the drastic situation of world war II. It shows how the world convoy of 37 Allied ships, led by Hanks’ Capt. Ernest Krause crosses the treacherous North Atlantic. Although wolf packs of Nazi submarines hotly pursued them. The studio also announced that the film has shifted its release go back five weeks from May 8 to June 12, 2020. It was published in September 2016 that Hanks was writing a screenplay a few war II Navy destroyer. Hanks would also star within the film. In February 2017, Aaron Schneider was brought on for the direction, and Sony Pictures acquired the distribution rights.
The trailer for “Greyhound” opens with Hanks in prayer and close to set sail. He then reveals to his crew that this is often his first crossing of the Atlantic. The team also finds out they’re entering territory where plane cover cannot reach them for five full days. The ship working under the code name “Greyhound,” manages to destroy a Nazi sub, setting off a celebration and instilling the crew the arrogance within the captain.
“What you probably did yesterday got us here today,” one among the crew tells Hanks. Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, and Elisabeth Shue co-star within the film alongside Hanks. Gary Goetzman produced the film. “Greyhound” is predicated on C.S. Forester’s novel “The Jesus .”
The film was scheduled to be released within us on June 12, 2020. it had been initially expected to be released on March 22, 2019, before being moved to May 8, 2020, then finally its June date. The film then began the discharge schedule thanks to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.