Photos: The 2009 Hollywood Portfolio
Some of these actor-director teams have a history together—remember Ron Howard and Tom Hanks’s breakthrough, Splash, a quarter-century ago?—while others produced their first mind-melds in 2008. Sam Mendes and Kate Winslet even brought marriage and kids to the Revolutionary Road set. But in each case the chemistry was profound, the effect exponential. From Gus Van Sant and Sean Penn to John Patrick Shanley and Meryl Streep, Annie Leibovitz photographs 10 partnerships that helped generate more…
Tom Hanks: ‘I’ve made a lot of movies that didn’t make sense – or money’
In the downtime between movies, Tom Hanks has written his first collection of short stories. He talks books, regrets, Hollywood egos and fat astronauts
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22 Reasons Tom Hanks is a National Treasure
Tom Hanks is a class act and these pictures prove beyond a reasonable doubt why he is a national treasure… He told this joke: via He did the ice bucket challenge: via He snapped a selfie with Steve Martin: via He kissed Rita Wilson on the Kiss Cam: via He gave us this birthday photo: via […] More
Movie of My Life Blogathon
Everyone should check out Rich's blog, Wide Screen World. His movie blog is so unique, because he not only gives his thoughts on films (mainstream to cult, to classic, to arthouse), but he also shares his experience with the film...where he saw it, what were the circumstances, any special event that might have been happening at the screening, memories associated with the film's theme, etc. I love his approach, and he has great stories. One that leaps to mind is the one about his virgin…
Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia: Toy Story and Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks provided the voice for Woody in all of the Toy Story movies. In the first Toy Story, Tom recorded his dialog during the breaks of Sleepless in Seattle (1993) and A League of Their Own (1992). He didn't want to record his dialog during the breaks of Philadelphia (1993) or Forrest Gump (1994) because he didn't want to do comedic roles during the breaks of playing serious roles. left: image of Tom Hanks (Philadelphia) from imdb.
Box Office: Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno’ Fires Up $800,000 on Thursday Night
Tom Hanks’ “Inferno” has opened with a moderate $800,000 at 2,874 North American locations in Thursday night preview screenings. The number is significantly lower than the Thursda…