Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for the nine-episode war drama series “Masters of the Air.”
The limited series is set during the Second World War. World War World War. and focuses on those close to the Luftwaffe fighting against Nazi Germany. In “Masters Of The Air Trailer,” Oscar nominees Austin Butler (“Elvis”) and Barry Keoghan (“The Banshees of Inisherin”) play bomber pilots Major Gale Cleven and Lt. Curtis Biddick.
“Masters of the Air” is produced by Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, who previously worked together on the World War II drama series “Band of. "I have brothers." " and "The Pacific". Cary Fukunaga ("No Time to Die") directs some episodes.
Miller, the 2007 essay "Airbenders: The American Bombers Who Fought the War Against Nazi Germany" is the emotional core of the resulting "brotherhood".
In In the first photos, Butler was in military uniform in front of a four-engine bomber and a dark plane. he looked at Keoghan
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg collaborated on a more The World War II saga, the third epic in his miniseries trilogy that began in 2001 with "Band of Brothers" and "He" premiered in El Pacifico in 2010. The acting and directing talents are executive producers of the new show Masters of the Air about the US Air Force's 100th Bombardment Group, also known as "Bloody Hundred" for Apple TV+. And based on his previous work, this looks to be the most prestigious television event of the coming year .
Masters of the Air is based on true events.
Like Band of Brothers and The Pacific, this series is inspired by real military figures from World War II. Much of the story is inspired by the nonfiction book "Masters Of The Air Trailer: America's Bomber Boys Who Fought in the Air War Against Nazi Germany" by Donald L. Miller, which details the Hundredth's actions even though they were flying at high altitude . ranging from 1,000 feet to 25,000 feet. in the freezing temperatures above Nazi Germany.
The rights to Miller's book were acquired 10 years ago and it was initially reported that HBO was developing the series. in 2013. In 2019, Hanks and Spielberg announced they had signed a deal with Apple TV+, and The Hollywood Reporter has since confirmed that nine episodes were filmed with Apple Studios at a total production cost of $250 million.
Austin Butler leads the cast.
Masters of the Air features a full cast, including some of the young more exciting. actors in key roles. Austin Butler, who received critical acclaim for his performance opposite Hanks in 2022's Elvis, will play Commander Gale Cleven. The series also stars Barry Keoghan (The Banshees of Inisherin) as Lieutenant Curtis Biddick, Callum Turner (The Capture) as Major John Egan.
The trailer shows epic action.
A taste of The The series premiered on November 9 and features truly cinematic action sequences in the sky, while Bloody Hundredth promises to "bring war to Hitler's doorstep" as well as gripping character drama a earth.
Masters of the Air will be broadcast in January 2024.
The Masters of the Air series will be broadcast on Apple TV+ starting January 26, 2024. in a special two-episode event, with new episodes every week until March 15.
Who's in the Masters cast? the air?
"Who isn't on Masters of the Air?" That's probably a better question. Like the Band of Brothers, which launched the careers of emerging artists like Damian Lewis, Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy and James McAvoy, this group is full of young talent.
Butler guide starring as Major Gale Cleven, one of the real-life "Masters Of The Air Trailer" characters, whose life in the Air Force is summarized on the American Air Museum's website. In 1943, Cleven was stationed at Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk and carried out bombing raids on places such as Bremen and other targets on the German mainland.
she was later killed. died. west of Osnabrück, where he was captured by the Luftwaffe and sent as a German prisoner of war to Stalag Luft III. He camped in what is now western Poland, where he endured terrible conditions at the end of the war.
Where did you film Masters of the Air?
In 2021, it was announced that the series would be filmed, at least partially, on a large US Air Force base built for the series in the Buckinghamshire hills. According to the email, the huge production area once housed a university and an abandoned hotel.
Today the meadow is full of “Turn of the”. '20th century. Nissen Huts, the barracks known for hosting Allied soldiers and their equipment during both world wars.
The technology used inside the B-Bomber 17 it's incredible. Impressive, too, except for the way Tom Cruise flies the damn thing (do they make B-17s yet?)
On social media, photos shared show vast warehouses that house or components of the B-17, surrounded by the “volume”: actually a circular screen surrounding the exterior area of the cabin, allowing for a faithful recreation of the sky, clouds and other atmospheric effects. If you're a Star Wars fan, you'll probably recognize it from The Mandalorian, where a similar setup is used to reconstruct digital alien landscapes.
When Did 'Masters of the Air' Film?
In April 2021, director Cary Joji Fukunaga announced on Instagram that filming on Masters of the Air had officially begun. He also posted a photo of Austin Butler with the shooting schedule for the project, then called "Whirlwind," which also indicated that the first week of production had already wrapped. The path towards the spiritual successor to Band of Brothers and The Pacific had officially begun.
How many episodes will there be in Masters of the Air?
Deadline reports that the nine - The episodic series cost around $250 million to produce, and you can see the budget in the first preview on AppleTV+. In addition to Keoghan and Butler, Masters of the Air will also feature Sex Education's Ncuti Gatwa and Fantastic Beasts' Callum Turner
Will Masters of the Air ever be released?
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