Today October 7th, 2017, at New York Comic Con, Amazon premiered the adrenaline-charged teaser trailer for one of the most anticipated series of 2018, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, from Paramount Television and Skydance Television, which will debut on Prime Video. I did like Chris Pine as the character and was hoping they would do more movies but I'll take this with John Krasinski as the title character. We do know the series is coming some time in 2018.
Sackheim also said: "In the first episode, when we meet Jack Ryan, he's an analyst".
Amazon has invested in a franchise that spans books, shows and movies, and with many of Hollywood's biggest stars playing main character Jack Ryan.
John Krasinski (The Office, 13 Hours) plays Jack Ryan. No specific release date has been announced.
In other words, though fans may know Jack Ryan as an established Central Intelligence Agency analyst from Clancy's novels and the corresponding feature films - including The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, The Sum of All Fears, and more - this series will have him discovering himself and figuring out life in the early days of his career.
Cuse also explained that while the character of James Greer is a high ranking Central Intelligence Agency member in the books and movies, in the TV version, he will be seen as Jack's immediate boss. Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, Andrew Form (Transformers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), David Ellison, Mace Neufeld and Lindsey Springer will also executive produce along with Mace Neufeld (Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger, The Sum of All Fears and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit) and Lindsey Springer. Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan will shoot in the U.S., Europe and Africa.
Tropical Storm Ophelia forms in Atlantic
There are not now any watches or warnings in place for Tropical Storm Ophelia, which is not expected to make landfall. Three major hurricanes - Harvey, Irma and Maria - caused catastrophic damage in the Caribbean and the US Gulf Coast.
Malala starts at Oxford University
Malala Yousafzai's story will always be an inspiring one. "Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford", Malala wrote on Twitter. Many of her posts advocated for the rights of girls to receive a formal education which angered the ultra-conservative Taliban.