Tom Hanks explains how Greyhound is actually an animated movie
Monday, 6 July 2020
Tom Hanks will next be seen in the World War II drama Greyhound that releases on Apple TV+ on July 10. In the film, he plays Commander Ernest Krause, who finds himself in the Battle of the Atlantic Ocean. Hanks is also the screenwriter of Greyhound that is based on CS Forester’s novel The Good Shepherd. Greyhound is largely set on a ship that is in the middle of the ocean. Deconstructing the language of filmmaking, Hanks told indianexpress.com during a virtual press conference that most parts of the film are animated. Greyhound was shot in precisely three locations. A hotel lobby where they shot one scene, a sound stage in Louisiana and the USS Kidd, “that is usually sitting on the bottom of...
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