For the second year in a row, a Tom Hanks movie is bypassing its planned theatrical run and going straight to streaming on Apple TV+.
The film was intended for a theatrical release, and was originally scheduled to debut on the big screen in October of 2020.
Eventually, Universal decided to sell the domestic rights to the movie to Apple, who are premiering it on their streaming service.
Last year it was Greyhound, with Hanks as a Navy commander during World War II.
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