From Will Ferrell and Jared Leto to Lindsay Lohan and Jennifer Lawrence these are the stars you might want to say hello to (or steer clear of) the next time you see them in public.
While Tom Hanks comedy Big is undoubtedly a classic, it has been widely noted that there's one aspect in particular that is a tad dubious.
The fourth movie in the franchise has been plagued by behind-the-scenes struggles since it was announced in 2014.
Entertainment One has released the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's historical drama 'The Post', and it's a rather star-studded affair.
A timely film about the vital role of the press in keeping government honest is coming together with a powerhouse cast. Steven Spielberg just said yes to direct Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in The Post, the spec script by Liz Hannah bought last fall by Amy Pascal’s Pascal Pictures. The deals are being negotiated. The film is a drama about the Washington Post’s role in exposing the Pentagon Papers in 1971, and how the Post’s editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Kay Graham challenged the federal government over their right to publish them.
In Inferno, based on the Dan Brown novel, the only thing that stands between humanity and a devastating plague is Robert Langdon’s knowledge of Dante’s Inferno. In reality, if you were trying to outsmart a Dante-obsessed bioterrorist, you’d probably want to ring up Deborah Parker before you called in Tom Hanks. ...
Hey, remember that time when Tom Hanks directed a movie? No, not the 2011 flop Larry Crowne — his other movie, the 1996 comedy That Thing You Do! That film, about a fictional band that rises to one-hit wonder status in 1964, turns 20 today.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are getting real about the “darkest days” they faced while fighting cancer.
We’ve seen how little girls can become the spitting image of their moms – ahem, Reese Witherspoon and Ava Phillippe – but the same can be said of dads and their sons. Click through the gallery below to see the next generation of A-list heartthrobs. Did we miss someone? Let us know by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Tom Hanks already saved that Private Ryan fellow. Now, he’s back to the heroics in Sully, the Clint Eastwood-helmed film about Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger, the US Airways pilot who landed his disabled passenger jet in the Hudson River.
Hollywood’s nice guy Tom Hanks has worked with many actors throughout his career, but he reserved some high praise for his “Inferno” co-star Felicity Jones. “She is a delight,” Hanks told Yahoo Singapore on the red carpet in Singapore when asked about working with the English actress. “She is a very accomplished artist and professional,” Hanks gushed.
Want to join Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg for chat? You can re-watch a live question-and-answer session with Spielberg and Hanks from Thursday night (above) as they discuss their new fact-based historical thriller Bridge of Spies, which opens Oct. 16. Hanks and Spielberg discussed a range of topics, including the first time they met on the set of the 1980s comedy The Money Pit. Hanks threw in a great story from his Oscar-winning role in Saving Private Ryan and also explained that his white hair is for a new role.
Tom Hanks in his upcoming drama ‘Bridge of Spies’ (Photo: Jaap Buitendijk/DreamWorks) When not filming Oscar-bait movies, Tom Hanks likes to spend his spare time roaming Reddit’s Internet bulletins. At least that was the case on Tuesday when Hanks commented on about a dozen threads. The general discussion topics, posed to all users on the site, ranged from the recent discovery of water on Mars to his biggest fear. The way we know Hanks was really giving the answers?
In the most exciting bit of wish fulfillment since young Josh asked Zoltar for a growth spurt, typewriter enthusiastic and aspiring short fiction writer Tom Hanks has landed himself a book deal. Hanks, who while not clanking away on his collection of little machines is an Oscar-winning actor and director, will write a volume of stories inspired by his large personal typewriter collection. “The stories are not about the typewriters themselves, but rather the stories are something that might have been written on one of them,” said Hanks, who wrote this summer in the New York Times about his favorite composition machines and even launched his own iPad app that lets people pretend they’re typing on an antique machine.