I’ve updated the gallery with over 100 photos of Tom attending Bridge of Spies’ premiere in the 53rd New York Film Festival followed by a small Q&A with the cast. You can check it out by clicking on the preview below:
I’ve updated the gallery with the second Tom Hanks released in 1986, titled “Nothing in Common“. You can check it out by clicking on the preview below:
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I’ve updated the site with over 900 photos of Tom out and about in 2009, you can check them out by clicking on the preview below:
I felt like it was time for a change, so thanks to my friend Kaci, I’ve put up new headers to the site. Plus I’ve updated the gallery with a new Bridge of Spies poster and screencapture of a behind the scene interview Tom did to promote the movie.
The 53rd New York Film Festival will debut Steven Spielberg‘s Cold War thriller, “Bridge of Spies,” starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Amy Ryan, the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Wednesday.
The announcement comes three years after Spielberg brought “Lincoln” to NYFF via a “secret screening.” “Bridge of Spies” refers to the Glienicke Bridge, which crosses the Havel River and the area that was once the border between East and West Germany. In the film, Rylance plays convicted Soviet agent Rudolph Abel, who won his freedom through a 1962 spy swap with the American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Hanks plays Abel’s lawyer, James Donovan, who negotiated the exchange of prisoners. The screenplay is by Joel and Ethan Coen, and Matt Charman. [more at source]
I’ve updated the gallery with over 600 photos of Tom attending various events in 2010. You can check them out by clicking on the preview below:
EXCLUSIVE: I’m hearing that Margin Call and A Most Violent Year helmer JC Chandor is in early discussions to direct Triple Frontier, that hot-button drama forParamount Pictures that grew quiet when Zero Dark Thirty helmer Kathryn Bigelowand Mark Boal stepped away to focus on the movie about Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. soldier who left a base in Afghanistan and was captured and held for five years by the Taliban until he was exchanged for five high-level Taliban fighters.
Last we checked on Triple Frontier, both Tom Hanks and Will Smith were circling the script written by Boal, and that’s believed to still be the case. The plot has been closely guarded on this one but the film, also known as Sleeping Dogs, is set in the organized crime haven that exists in the border zone between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. It has five main roles. Charles Roven is producing through his Atlas Entertainment. [more at source]
I’ve updated the gallery with the poster of Tom’s cold war thriller “Bridge of Spies” and a few more production stills. You can check them out by clicking on the preview below: