The war drama was postponed for a few weeks due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Veteran actor Tom Hanks’ highly anticipated film ‘Greyhound’ will make its world debut on July 10.
The war drama was previously set for a Father’s Day theatrical release; however, the new announcement was made on Thursday.
Inspired by real-life events, the film is directed by Aaron Schneider from a script by Hanks.
In April, the film’s creators released a two-minute, 44-second movie trailer.
In the trailer, the 63-year-old actor is seen as a first-time captain leading a convoy of allied ships carrying thousands of soldiers to the front line.
Meanwhile, the actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, became one of the first famous Hollywood personalities to be diagnosed with COVID-19.
Since then, they have been raising awareness of the virus and sharing its recovery process.
After recovery, Hanks also donated his blood plasma for research.