Apple TV + will soon become home to the Amblin Entertainment Fin film starring Tom Hanks. The company defeats competitors on the so-called ‘very competitive’ auction for film rights, which was previously known by the BIOS title. The film will revolve around a robotics engineer who is among the few survivors on earth after the main solar event.
The news comes from a deadline, which reports that Apple plans to release a film on its streaming service this year and may get time in several theaters to qualify for potential awards. Finch comes from Amblin Entertainment and, under the original plan, set to be released by Universal.
Tom Hanks will star in the robotics engineer named Finch which, with a small percentage of the population, managed to survive the main solar event. The world is now a desert and Finch finds friendship in Goodyear, the dog. After a decade of life in the underground bunker, Finch has created a robot that will take care of the dog so engineers can no longer be.
Viewers will see the trio set on a trip to the west in the US, with Finch showing his robot ‘excitement and miracle about what it means to live.’ The film was written by Craig Luck and Ivor Powell, while Miguel Sapochnik served. Director.
This will be the second Tom Hanks movie to be released at Apple TV +, service $ 4.99 / month. Finch will attend Greyhound, a World War II action film starring Hanks as captain Ernest Krause on a dangerous mission to deliver supply and soldiers to the Allies. The film was a big success for Apple.