See Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers in the new ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ trailer

Movie comes to Canada on Nov. 22, 2019

Do you need a little bit of pure, wholesome goodness in your life?

The trailer for ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ has been released Monday and it’s exactly what you need on a Monday morning.

Tom Hanks stars as the wonderful Mr. Rogers in the upcoming film, which features the story of the real-life friendship between Mr. Rogers and journalist Tom Junod.

The movie is set to hit Canadian theatres on Nov. 22.

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