Tom Hanks WW2 Flick ‘Greyhound’ Streams July 10 on Apple TV+

The Tom Hanks World War II movie Greyhound will premiere July 10 exclusively on Apple TV+, the tech giant’s subscription streaming service. The Sony Pictures release had been slated to hit theaters on Father’s Day — a strategy scuttled by theater closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Apple last month acquired distribution rights to the movie about a first-time Navy captain tasked with guiding 37 Allied ships across the Atlantic while targeted by German U-boats. Hanks wrote the script based on the novel The Good Shepherd by C.S. Forester. Apple is reportedly investing heavily in original and third-party catalog content to buttress a SVOD platform criticized for lack thereof compared to competitors Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+.

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Hanks is also working with Apple on the wartime series “Masters of Air.” Apple TV+ launched last Nov. 1 for $4.99 monthly. The service is included free (for one year) with any Apple hardware purchase. Ampere Analysis claims Apple TV+ has 33 million subscribers, which includes free members.

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One thought on “Tom Hanks WW2 Flick ‘Greyhound’ Streams July 10 on Apple TV+”

  1. A movie I have yet to watch. We subscribe to Xfinity Cable, Netflix, Disney +, and recently added Roku player.
    Looking forward to another preformance by Tom Hanks.

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