Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully’ Lands In Theaters In September

Clint Eastwood’s Sully, a Tom Hanks-starring biopic about US Airways Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, now has a recover date. Warner Bros has announced a film will strike theaters Sep 9, 2016, and that it will see Imax recover as well.

The WB/Village Roadshow prolongation will tell a near-miraculous story of a US Airways Flight 1549, a moody piloted by Sullenberger in January 2009 that saw its engines crippled by mixed bird strikes mins after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport. Without energy and going down fast, Sullenberger pulled off an startling puncture alighting in the Hudson river, ensuring that all organisation and passengers survived. Noted for his ease appearance and professionalism via a ordeal, he became a inhabitant favourite in a weeks after. The eventuality has been retold in countless formats and became a common cocktail enlightenment reference. It was also insincere to be prejudiced impulse for Robert Zemeckis’ Denzel Washington-starring thriller Flight.

Sully stars Tom Hanks in a pretension purpose and is destined by Eastwood from a book by Todd Komarnicki, formed on Sullenberger’s journal Highest Duty: My Search For What Really Matters cowritten with Jeffrey Zaslow. Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney, Holt McCallany, Wayne Bastrup, Jamey Sheridan, and Jerry Ferrara also star.