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It's a major first for Tom Hanks. The 2-time Oscar winner, releasing a brand new film straight to streaming. In years past that could have been a sign the movie was expected to bomb in theaters. But, not anymore...


Greyhound on Apple TV+

With our new Covid-19 reality, more and more blockbusters are bypassing closed movie houses, opting instead to come directly to our houses.

This newest film, Greyhound, is inspired by actual events from World War II. Tom, playing the commander of a naval convoy that comes under attack.

Tom not only starring in it, but also writing the screenplay. Look for Greyhound, co-starring Oscar nominee Elisabeth Shue, starting July 10th, on Apple TV+

Mighty Oak on VOD

Greyhound not the only movie coming straight to our living rooms this week.

Paramount releasing the new musical-drama; Mighty Oak, to video on demand.

Browse on VOD

There's also a new Lukas Haas thriller called; Browe, available on demand.

Relic on VOD

And the thriller; Relic, starring Emily Mortimer. It's available on demand starting July 10th.

Palm Springs on Hulu

Other big stars also following suit, like Andy Samberg with his new comedy; Palm Springs. It drops on Hulu (and at some drive-in movie theatres) starting July 10th.

The Old Guard on Netflix

And, Charlize Theron's new action film; The Old Guard is coming right to Netflix. Also on July 10th.

So, is this the beginning of the end for movie theatres? Or just a temporary new normal for On Demand releases?

Only time, and audience response, will tell...

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