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A new movie about the 2008 financial crisis starring Tom Hanks and Scarlett Johansson is about to hit theaters.

The movie, The Big Short, is a co-production between Universal and the Hollywood studio that produced it.

It is based on a book by John Lanchester.

The book tells the story of the financial crisis, and the ensuing economic collapse that followed.

The film stars Oscar-winning actor Hanks as an ex-banker who gets into trouble after he takes out a loan from his brother to buy a $200,000 home in a wealthy neighborhood in Beverly Hills.

The home is then sold, and Hanks is forced to move in with his father.

The financial crisis led to the largest financial collapse in American history, and helped spark a global financial crisis called the Great Recession.

It led to a massive government bailout of banks, which helped prevent another financial collapse.

It also led to President Donald Trump’s election in 2020.

It was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar in 2018.

The Hollywood studio had been eyeing the film since 2018.

It’s a co of Universal and Universal Pictures and it has been producing other films, including a sequel to The Big Reunion.

The studio is expected to have a slate of films in the works by the time the film opens.

“I think that it’s a very good film and it’s going to have great legs and I think that we’ll be able to capitalize on it,” said Hanks.

The Oscar winner, who also starred in the movie The Help, is one of the leading actors in Hollywood.

Hanks, who was nominated in the Best Actor category for his role in The Help and for his work in The Wolf of Wall Street, is set to play an executive at a financial firm called Morgan Stanley, which manages some of the nation’s biggest banks.

He is playing a hedge fund manager named John Mearsheimer, who is trying to save the company.

“There’s a story of how the world got to where it is today because of the work of people like me,” Hanks said.

“And the work I do, I think is so extraordinary.”

The Big Screen will debut on Oct. 3, 2019, at the Toronto International Film Festival.