Tom Hanks used a television interview on Tuesday to raise his eyebrow by raising comments on Apple. He said he was “genuinely delighted that Apple TV + would allow everyone to see” the next Greyhound movie.
Tom Hanks: Apple Provided “A Magnificent Gift”
Speaking on The Today Show, Mr. Hanks said:
It’s a wonderful gift from Apple because COVID-19 did something heartbreaking for all of us: it closed the cinemas. We don’t have a cinema. There is no one who does not like to go see a good film with 800 people and go out with something in common. Other than that, Apple saved the day for us. We had a wonderful film that was not going to be seen. Apple is a benevolent streaming service in every way.
Mr. Hanks initially raised concerns about the quality of sound and image. However, in his first interview after his recovery from COVID-19, the actor said:
It will look fantastic but it will be available. This will be visible, and otherwise we would have languished in a safe for a film that is 88 minutes of a thematic story that talks about what we are all experiencing right now…. It’s a great deal and we’ll be able to fill the screens in living rooms and pear beanies around the world in one fall, so we feel like we’ve been rescued at sea by a convoy with a big logo Apple with a bite. “
Greyhound is browsing Apple TV + on Friday.