What you need to know
- Tom Hanks will star in Apple TV+ movie Finch when it streams this Friday.
- Hanks and other stars were out in force for an LA premiere on Tuesday.
New Apple TV+ movie Finch lands on the streaming service this week and the stars were out in force at a Los Angeles showing on Tuesday.
The movie, which follows Hanks' character as he builds a robot to look after his faithful dog, had its LA premiere at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood according to a MailOnline report. And yes, the robot was also there to enjoy the event.
Others in attendance included screenwriter and executive producer Craig Luck as well as Matthew Lillard, Cassady McClincy, and Leslie Jones.
Finch has all the hallmarks of an Apple TV+ winner, not least because Tom Hanks is involved. Here's how Apple describes the project:
Finch will be available to stream on Apple TV+ this Friday, November 5. Viewers can watch on all manner of internet-connected devices including Apple's own iPhone, iPad, and Mac — not to mention the Apple TV set-top box.
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