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News of the World recensie op Netflix België

News of the World recensie op Netflix BelgiëNews of the World ** 1/2

Regie: Paul Greengrass (22 July, The Bourne Ultimatum, United 93)

Met Tom Hanks, Helena Zengel, Tim Roth, Elizabeth Marvel, Bill Camp, Thomas Francis Murphy, Neil Sandilands, Winsome Brown, Mare Winningham,…

Speeltijd: 118′

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News of the World komt op 10 februari 2021 naar Netflix België

News of the World komt op 10 februari 2021 naar Netflix België

Vanaf 10 februari 2021 op Netflix België, door Paul Greengrass (Jason Bourne, 22 July, United 93), met Tom Hanks & Helena Zengel, geniet van News of the World trailer voor Netflix België!

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News of the World trailer met Tom Hanks

News of the World trailer met Tom Hanks

De Brit Paul Greengrass heeft zoals iedere gekende regisseur zijn lievelingsacteurs en dat is naast Matt Damon ook Tom Hanks waarmee hij Captain Philips maakte. Vanaf januari 2021 zie je hun nieuwste samenwerking in Belgische bioscopen onder de noemer News of the World. Door regisseur Paul Greengrass (de Bourne-films, 22 July, United 93), met Tom Hanks & Helena Zengel, geniet van de officiële News of the World trailer.

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Eerste kijk op Tom Hanks in News of the World door regisseur Paul Greengrass

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EXCLUSIVE: Your first look at News of the World—reuniting Tom Hanks with Captain Phillips director Paul Greengrass—is here. Hanks plays Captain Jefferson Kidd, a widower who travels through the Texas desert to perform a one-man show about true stories from afar. His goal, apart from gathering coins in his cup, is to bring people together and expand their perspective of the world. “When the fabric of society is in tatters, you’ve got a character in Kidd, who in his lonely, singular, small way is a thread who connects one community to another,” director Paul Greengrass tells V.F. about the film, which is based on the novel by Paulette Jiles. Just as now, journalism sparked anger then if it conflicted with the reader (or listener’s) existing worldview. “Information was suspect,” says Greengrass. “The world was filled with rumors and false narratives. Audiences were never sure whom they could trust to tell them the truth." Read more about the film, due out on December 25, at the link in bio. ?: Bruce Talamon/Universal Pictures

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