Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for Finch, their upcoming sci-fi series starring Tom Hanks as a robotics engineer who survived a doomsday solar explosion, following It's hiking to the safe mountains with his loyal dog and robot companion. So it's Tom Hanks, Amirite? Yes, this is a real movie, not a joke. Based on the trailer - carefully crafted to hit all the necessary emotional buttons - the movie feels like an odd mix of Cast Away, WALLE and Chappie. In the right hand, this unlikely mixture can work well.
The title was BIOS when the movie was first announced in 2017. The Global Pandemic hit theaters in 2020 indefinitely, and Universal Pictures eventually sold the rights to Apple TV, which changed its name to Finch. . There are reasons to be cautiously optimistic. The series was directed by Miguel Sapochnik, the mastermind behind several episodes of Game of Thrones centered on the great battle, including "Hardhome", "The Battle of the Bastards", "The Long Night", and the series that caused controversial (because of a beloved character` round heel) "The bells." Craig Luck and Ivor Powell's spec script has been "blacklisted" of favorite non-production screenplays of 2017. And you have the friendliest ordinary man in the world (Hanks) in the lead role.
Tom Hanks plays Finch, a robotics engineer and one of the few survivors of the cataclysm that devastated the world. But Finch, who has lived in an underground bunker for a decade, has built his own world that he shares with his dog, Goodyear. He creates a cyborg, played by Caleb Landry Jones, to watch over Goodyear when he can't. As the trio embarks on a perilous journey through the desolate American West, Finch tries to express his creation, named Jeff, the joy and wonder of what it means to be alive. . Their journey is opened with both challenge and humor, as Finch is unlikely to get Jeff and Goodyear to get along and deal with the dangers of the new world for Finch.
We hear Finch in a voiceover contemplating how quickly the world has turned into a harsh landscape: “Goodbye crops and food, goodbye everything. We see him retreat to his underground bunker and befriend Goodyear, who is clearly a Very Good Betrayer (and a much more vibrant companion than Wilson's volleyball in the series. Castaway). Finch is emotional when he succeeds in building a robot that clearly demonstrates his mission: “The robot must protect the dog. But when an impending storm threatens to wipe out their land, the trio embark on the aforementioned road trip, hoping to reach the mountains, where they seem to be safe - or safe. as much as possible under the circumstances. Please allow at least a few heart whelming moments to play with our hearts before the end. The trailer also hints at other, possibly hostile survivors, lurking in the shadows.
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