After a long search, I was finally able to locate a watchable copy of one of Tom’s earliest work titled “Mazes & Monsters” that was released in 1982.
I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of Tom in his 1989 cult hit Turner & Hooch.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality stills and screencaptures of Tom in his second 2016 movie Inferno.
If a deal closes, Smith would play the father of the children who develop a friendship with the lovable elephant after seeing him at the circus. Insiders also indicate that Tom Hanks has been offered a role as the villain. He may, however, choose instead to star in the World War II drama “The Grey Hound.” [Source]
I’ve updated the gallery with photos and screencaptures of Tom in his 1989 cult movie The ‘Burbs.
A few years ago, Tom Hanks had a cameo, appearing on his old time friend & co-star Meg Ryan’s directorial debuts ‘Ithaca‘ which was released officially earlier this year. I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Tom in the movie.
EuropaCorp has set an April 28 release date for the thriller “The Circle,” starring Tom Hanks, Emma Watson and John Boyega.
Hanks plays the founder of the world’s largest tech and social media company. He encourages Watson’s character, who’s rising through the company ranks, to live her life with complete transparency — but no one is really safe when everyone is watching. The novel turns into a contemporary thriller about the perils of life in a digital age where personal data is collected, sifted and monetized and used for surveillance, rendering privacy obsolete. [Source]
The opening numbers for the Clint Eastwood-directed Sully shows once again that audiences like Tom Hanks behind the wheel of most any passenger vehicle, whether it’s a jetliner or a cargo ship like he steered in Captain Phillips. He is eyeing another big vehicle. He’s more then eyeing it, he wrote the script. I’m told that Hanks has written and hopes to star in Greyhound, a World War II drama that Get Low helmer Aaron Schneider will direct. Hanks’ Playtone partner Gary Goetzman will produce.
Now, this isn’t the prototypical hero Hanks wants to play. He’s a career officer finally given command of a Navy destroyer, who along with the enemy fights his self doubts and personal demons to prove he belongs. The title comes from the battleship. The project is still coming together, and is in talks to be funded by FilmNation, whose principal, Glen Basner, didn’t return emails. This is probably not a deal for this Toronto festival, but the two big deals here so far were both pre-sales so who knows? The budget is in the mid-30 million range. [Source]