A stunning new trailer for the English version of the Swedish comedy-drama A Man Called Otto, which will star Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, has been published by Sony Pictures.
On December 25, 2022, the movie is slated to debut in a limited number of cinemas, and on January 13, 2023, it will have a wide release.
A middle-aged man who is obviously still grieving over the loss of his wife appears in the video. When he first meets his new neighbors, he has a paradigm shift because it dawns on him that life is a journey that is supposed to be shared with others.
Watch the official trailer for A Man Called Otto by clicking the following link:
A Man Called Otto Trailer
Marc Forster helmed the production of A Man Called Otto, which was adapted from the Swedish novel written by Fredrik Backman and had a screenplay written by David Magee, who was nominated for an Academy Award.
Mariana Trevio (Overboard), Rachel Keller (Legion), and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo will co-star alongside Tom Hanks in the lead role of the titular character (6 Underground).
According to the synopsis, “It follows Otto (Hanks), a grumpy isolated widower with staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse, who gives everyone in his neighborhood a hard time as he watches over it like a hawk.”
Hanks portrays Otto, who is described as having staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. “Just when it appears like he’s finally given up on life, an odd connection develops with his new neighbors, despite the fact that he doesn’t want it to.
Otto goes through a gradual process that results in a minor alteration… But is he truly able to undergo transformation?
Through their production company Playtone, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, and Gary Goetzman, along with Fredrik Wikstrom Nicastro working for SF Studios, are the producers of the film A Man Called Otto. Magee, Forster, and Renée Wolfe are serving as the project’s executive producers, while SF Studios is providing financial backing for the endeavor.
Hannes Holm was the director of the original Swedish picture, which starred Rolf Lassgard (Downsizing) and was produced in Sweden. It was a hit with the critics, and as a result, it was nominated for two Academy Awards, including one for “Best Foreign Language Film.”