Tom Hanks leads his crew into battle in the new trailer for his WWII thriller Greyhound

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Tom Hanks leads his crew into battle in the new trailer for his WWII thriller Greyhound

Just one day before it was originally supposed to hit theaters, Apple TV Plus has released a new trailer for the WWII drama Greyhound.Sony Pictures

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Just one day before it was originally supposed to hit theaters, Apple TV Plus has released a new trailer for the WWII drama Greyhound.

Sony Pictures was initially supposed to released the film in theaters June 12, but it was ultimately pushed due to the spread of COVID-19.

Apple TV Plus announced in late May that they were acquiring the film, which will now debut on the streaming service July  10.

New trailer: Just one day before it was originally supposed to hit theaters, Apple TV Plus has released a new trailer for the WWII drama Greyhound

New trailer: Just one day before it was originally supposed to hit theaters, Apple TV Plus has released a new trailer for the WWII drama Greyhound

New release date: Apple TV Plus announced in late May that they were acquiring the film, which will now debut on the streaming service July 10

New release date: Apple TV Plus announced in late May that they were acquiring the film, which will now debut on the streaming service July 10

The trailer begins with a shot of a U.S. fighter plane flying over a fleet of ships, with a title card revealing the story is set in the North Atlantic, 1942.

Commander Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) is seen on his ship, carefully surveying the seas, as a submarine comes out of the water.

Suddenly the sub starts attacking this fleet, as another title card reveals this story was ‘inspired by actual events.’

Ships: The trailer begins with a shot of a U.S. fighter plane flying over a fleet of ships, with a title card revealing the story is set in the North Atlantic, 1942

Ships: The trailer begins with a shot of a U.S. fighter plane flying over a fleet of ships, with a title card revealing the story is set in the North Atlantic, 1942

Commander: Commander Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) is seen on his ship, carefully surveying the seas, as a submarine comes out of the water

Commander: Commander Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) is seen on his ship, carefully surveying the seas, as a submarine comes out of the water

Attack: Suddenly the sub starts attacking this fleet, as another title card reveals this story was'inspired by actual events'

Attack: Suddenly the sub starts attacking this fleet, as another title card reveals this story was'inspired by actual events'

Attack: Suddenly the sub starts attacking this fleet, as another title card reveals this story was ‘inspired by actual events’

The trailer then cuts to a scene with Krause and Evie (Elisabeth Shue) congratulating him on his ‘first command, at last’ in a hotel.

Krause is then heard saying, ‘I’ve always been looking for you, Evie, even if I’m a thousand miles away,’ while, at the hotel, she turns and gives him another look.

Congrats: The trailer then cuts to a scene with Krause and Evie (Elisabeth Shue) congratulating him on his'first command, at last' in a hotel

Congrats: The trailer then cuts to a scene with Krause and Evie (Elisabeth Shue) congratulating him on his ‘first command, at last’ in a hotel

Thousand miles: Krause is then heard saying,'I've always been looking for you, Evie, even if I'm a thousand miles away,' while, at the hotel, she turns and gives him another look

Thousand miles: Krause is then heard saying, ‘I’ve always been looking for you, Evie, even if I’m a thousand miles away,’ while, at the hotel, she turns and gives him another look

Krause is then told by command that his ship Greyhound will be ‘out of range of air cover for the next five days,’ as he admits that this is his first time commanding a ship in front of his men.

The trailer cuts to an action-packed scene where a U-Boat is trying to ‘slip under’ the ship, though thanks to the crew’s quick action, Krause announces to the ship, ‘we have a kill.’ 

Krause is then telling command that there are, ‘hits directly on the convoy,’ as a submarine is seen stalking the ship close by. 

First time: Krause is then told by command that his ship Greyhound will be'out of range of air cover for the next five days,' as he admits that this is his first time commanding a ship in front of his men

First time: Krause is then told by command that his ship Greyhound will be ‘out of range of air cover for the next five days,’ as he admits that this is his first time commanding a ship in front of his men

Hits: Krause is then telling command that there are,'hits directly on the convoy,' as a submarine is seen stalking the ship close by

Hits: Krause is then telling command that there are, ‘hits directly on the convoy,’ as a submarine is seen stalking the ship close by

The toll of this battle becomes eminent when Krause announces they’ve lost, ‘seven ships and 50 souls, as some of the deceased are dropped overboard.

Another character played by Stephen Graham is seen praising Krause, telling him, ‘what you did yesterday, got us to today,’ though Krause adds,’it’s not enough.’ 

The trailer they shows numerous shots from a firefight with the enemy ships, as the sea ripples with gunfire.

Overboard: The toll of this battle becomes eminent when Krause announces they've lost,'seven ships and 50 souls, as some of the deceased are dropped overboard

Overboard: The toll of this battle becomes eminent when Krause announces they’ve lost, ‘seven ships and 50 souls, as some of the deceased are dropped overboard

Today: Another character played by Stephen Graham is seen praising Krause, telling him,'what you did yesterday, got us to today,' though Krause adds,'it's not enough'

Today: Another character played by Stephen Graham is seen praising Krause, telling him, ‘what you did yesterday, got us to today,’ though Krause adds,’it’s not enough’

Gunfire: The trailer they shows numerous shots from a firefight with the enemy ships, as the sea ripples with gunfire

Gunfire: The trailer they shows numerous shots from a firefight with the enemy ships, as the sea ripples with gunfire

Krause is then told that the enemy has ‘disappeared,’ but when he adjusts the radar, several submarines come on the screen.

The trailer ends with a soldier asking what they’re going to do, and Krause responds, ‘We’re gonna bring hell down from on high.’ 

Greyhound, which Tom Hanks also wrote the adapted screenplay for, based on the novel by C.S. Forester, debuts on Apple TV Plus July 10. 

Disappeared: Krause is then told that the enemy has'disappeared,' but when he adjusts the radar, several submarines come on the screen

Disappeared: Krause is then told that the enemy has ‘disappeared,’ but when he adjusts the radar, several submarines come on the screen

Bringing Hell: The trailer ends with a soldier asking what they're going to do, and Krause responds,'We're gonna bring hell down from on high'

Bringing Hell: The trailer ends with a soldier asking what they’re going to do, and Krause responds, ‘We’re gonna bring hell down from on high’

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