Tom Hanks intends to star in a war drama called "Greyhound", which he wrote himself. This is reported by the publication Deadline with reference to its sources. The action of the picture will take place mainly on board a warship during the Second World War.
In the center of the plot is a US Navy officer who receives a destroyer under his command, and is forced not only to make responsible decisions in order to fight the enemy with dignity, but also to fight his own doubts and demons.
As the director of the movie, Hanks prefers to see the creator of the drama "Bury Me Alive" Aaron Schneider. The project does not have a distributor yet, and its shooting schedule has not been specified either.
Recall that Tom Hanks has a rich experience of participating in both military-themed movies and movies set at sea. He starred in the dramas "Saving Private Ryan" and "Captain Phillips". Both of these movies have earned critical and audiences acclaim.
At the time of this writing, the actor's last work was the main role in the movie Miracle on the Hudson, which tells about the famous emergency landing of an American airliner on the surface of the Hudson River immediately after takeoff from New York International Airport.
The Topic of Article: Tom Hanks will deal with his own demons aboard the battleship.