Tom Hanks’ WWII Naval Drama ‘Greyhound’ Has Begun Filming In Louisiana

Mar 14, 2018


The WWII film Greyhound directed by Aaron Schneider (Get Low) and written by Tom Hanks has begun filming this month in the state of Louisiana.

We’ve learned that shooting is taking place in Baton Rouge with a wrap date of April 27th.

Navy Commander George Krause who is given command of the destroyer Greyhound where, along with the enemy he fights his self-doubts and personal demons to prove he belongs.

It stars Hanks, Elizabeth Shue, Rob Morgan (Mudbound), and Stephen Graham (The Irishman).

Greyhound’s impressive crew includes cinematographer Shelly Johnson (Captain America: The First Avenger, Expendables 2, Jurassic Park 3, The Wolfman), production designer David Crank (Inherent Vice, Lincoln, Three Will Be Blood), and stunt coordinator Doug Coleman (Sicario 2, The Revenant, Black Hat, Hostiles).

Sony nabbed the film last year but haven’t given it a release date. We assume it’ll land an awards friendly release the latter part of 2019.


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