Finch, the science fiction drama starring Tom Hanks, it has been a xito en Apple TV+. The film directed by Miguel Sapochnik, which tells us the adventures of a man, a robot and a dog, has become the most viewed premiere on the streaming portal in its entire history. According to Deadline, and although Cupertino has not given exact figures, would have outnumbered another film like Greyhound.
It was the most watched film in more than 100 countries, including Spain
Yes, in Cupertino they are not too transparent, a custom that other streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon could begin to change soon, but they assure that the science fiction production released last Friday, November 5, in more than 100 countries, including Spain , it will have eclipsed the rest of the portal’s premieres and the previous record of viewings. It doesn’t matter if they were feature films and series. There is no release on Apple TV + that has reached the numbers of Finch. Without going any further the previous record held it Greyhound: Enemies Under the Sea, another Tom Hanks movie set in World War II, which was released last July on the streaming portal.
From the source consulted by Deadline it is ensured that from the first day, and in just a few hours, it will have doubled everything achieved by the war film, maintaining a constant audience during the first weekend. The project was close to being released in theaters hand in hand with Universal Pictures with a distribution in Spain by eOne Films, but Apple decided to take over the rights. And it seems to have been right.
‘Finch’ has broken the records of ‘Greyhound’, also with Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks, a beloved actor with an enviable film career, will return to Apple TV + with Masters of the Air, a war series also set in World War II with Steven Spielberg. Apple TV + can break all records again with Killers of the Flower Moon, the new Scorsese with Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert de Niro. The platform of the block, does not rest.
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Tom Hanks’ ‘Finch’ Premiere Breaks All Apple TV + Records