Greyhound: Release Date, Cast, Plot and what’s the story?


Greyhound is an upcoming American war movie. Directed by Aaron Schneider and Tom Hanks. During the early days of the United States involvement in World War II, an international companion of 37 Allied ships, attend by Commander Ernest Krause, crosses the treacherous North Atlantic while fiercely going after by a wolfpack of German U-boats.

Greyhound: Teaser and Trailer

The trailer of the movie has already been released. It was released on March 5, 2024.

Greyhound: Release date

The clemency of the movie has been postponed due to the recent pandemic. The film was previously presumed to be released on June 12, 2024. No current news about the last date has yet been released.

The film was expected to be released in the United States on June 12, 2024. It was originally expected to be released on March 22, 2019, before being moved to May 8, 2024, then finally its June date. The movie was then taken off the release schedule due to the 2024 coronavirus pandemic.

Greyhound: Cast

Tom Hanks served as Commander Ernest Krause. Tom Brittney served as Lieutenant Watson. Devin Druid served as Wallace. Maximillion Osinski served as Eagle. Grayson Russell served as Signalman. Michael Benz served as Lieutenant Carling. Travis Przybylski as LTJG Dawson

Greyhound: Plot and Story-line

The film based on Krause, a career officer who was finally given command of a destroyer, USS Keeling. The genre of war and history series has always been one of its kind. The movie is centred around the theme of World War 2. The film is a novel based transformation of C.S. Forester’s ‘THE GOOD SHEPHERD’. The movie will be characterized by the time when the United States entered the war. In this, Earnest Krause will be leading the convoy, and he is given his first command with a code-name GREYHOUND. The movie follows the scenario when the convoy of 37 Allied ships passes through a dangerous route of North Atlantic where they have to rescue them from the pursuit of a German U-boats group.

The movie is based on the famous Battle Of Atlantic during World War II.

What’s the story about Greyhound?

At the central point of the movie is Ernest Krause, a professional marine whose first mission as a Naval Captain associate overseeing a convoy of 37 ships as they make their way across the Atlantic Ocean.

“In Greyhound, which is inspired by a true story, Krause leads ‘an international convoy of 37 Allied ships […] in his first command of a U.S. destroyer, crosses the treacherous North Atlantic while hotly pursued by wolf packs of Nazi U-boats,” reads the official synopsis cited by The Daily Mail.