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Finch FIRST LOOK: Tom Hanks looks sweaty while joined by his dog and robot in post-apocalyptic world

Finch FIRST LOOK: Tom Hanks looks sweaty and worried as he is joined by his dog and robot in post-apocalyptic world in image for Apple TV+ movie


One of his best known friendships on the big screen was with a volleyball named Wilson in 2000’s Cast Away.

So no doubt Tom Hanks can make companionship with a dog and robot compelling in his next film project.

The 65-year-old actor was featured in first look image released on Thursday for his upcoming Apple TV+ movie titled Finch.

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Exciting: Tom Hanks was featured in first look image released on Thursday for his upcoming Apple TV+ movie titled Finch as he walked alongside a robot his character created while chasing after his beloved dog Goodyear

In it he looked sweaty and worried as he walked alongside a robot his character created while chasing after his beloved dog Goodyear.

Along with the new image, the streaming service announced that Finch will debut on Apple TV+ on Friday, November 5.

The moving film is centered around robotics engineer Finch, a robot played by Caleb Landry Jones, and dog Goodyear as they go on an adventure in Finch’s quest to ensure that his beloved canine companion will be cared for after he’s gone in a post-apocalyptic world.

Interesting: The 65-year-old actor's character is a robotics engineer named Finch  who has been living in an underground bunker for a decade and created a world of his own, he is seen in January 2020

Interesting: The 65-year-old actor’s character is a robotics engineer named Finch  who has been living in an underground bunker for a decade and created a world of his own, he is seen in January 2020

Coming soon: Along with the new image, the streaming service announced that Finch will debut on Apple TV+ on Friday, November 5

Coming soon: Along with the new image, the streaming service announced that Finch will debut on Apple TV+ on Friday, November 5

New gig: The robot is played by Caleb Landry Jones (seen at the Cannes Film Festival last month) as he goes on an adventure in Finch's quest to ensure that his beloved canine companion will be cared for after he's gone in a post-apocalyptic world

New gig: The robot is played by Caleb Landry Jones (seen at the Cannes Film Festival last month) as he goes on an adventure in Finch’s quest to ensure that his beloved canine companion will be cared for after he’s gone in a post-apocalyptic world

Finch, who has been living in an underground bunker for a decade, created a world of his own including the aforementioned robot.

The trio then embark on a journey to the desolate American West as Finch strives to show the robot the joy and wonder of what it means to be alive. 

The robot ends up naming himself Jeff as their adventure is filled with several twists and turns as they try to navigate their way through the dangers of the new world.  

Man with the plan: Two-time Primetime Emmy winner Miguel Sapochnik (seen in February 2017) - who is best for his work on Game Of Thrones and Repo Men - directed the film

Man with the plan: Two-time Primetime Emmy winner Miguel Sapochnik (seen in February 2017) – who is best for his work on Game Of Thrones and Repo Men – directed the film

Two-time Primetime Emmy winner Miguel Sapochnik – who is best for his work on Game Of Thrones and Repo Men – directed the film.

Ivor Powell wrote the script with Craig Luck, who is making his feature-film writing debut. 

The film will be Hanks’ second film release with Apple TV+ as his film Greyhound premiered on the platform last year after the theatrical release was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Working relationship: The film will be Hanks' second film release with Apple TV+ as his film Greyhound premiered on the platform last year after the theatrical release was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Working relationship: The film will be Hanks’ second film release with Apple TV+ as his film Greyhound premiered on the platform last year after the theatrical release was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic 

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