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You're not going to believe how long it takes Tom Hanks to re-record the dialogue from one of his films. Unless you're Tom Hanks - in which case, thank you for reading, Sir.
Director James Ponsoldt is still coming up in the feature world, but one thing that he has proven in the last few years is that he definitely knows how to put a cast together.
Casting chops and changes are made on a regular basis. But which films were drastically altered because of the departure of their A-list leading man? Have a gander inside to see.
Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart form two thirds of a perfect acting triangle in Clint Eastwood's new film. Meet the third part of that perfect formation: Laura Linney.
John Boyega just landed his latest high profile gig, and you can read more inside on how he fits into the same Circle as Emma Watson and Tom Hanks.
Two months ago, Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood made big, early Oscar-related waves when it was announced that the two men would be teaming up to make a biopic about Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger - the pilot who was controlling the plane during the famed "Miracle on the Hudson." Now the project has added a second big name to the cast.
The Gift marks Joel Edgerton's first time directing a feature film. He joins a long list of actors to make the leap, and as his film is getting good reviews, we thought we'd look at some other notable actors-turned-director who killed it with their first film.
Some of us dream of fame, some of us go after fame, and then there's Tom Hanks, who know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they will become famous. From the age of 18, Hanks knew he was going to make it Big, and we have physical evidence to prove it.
When Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks get together for a movie, good things happen, and if the new trailer for their Bridge of Spies is any indication, this movie is going to be awesome.
The upcoming true-life thriller Triple Frontier has been in the works for a long while now, first starting up in 2009 with Kathryn Bigelow attached to direct and Mark Boal penning the screenplay, but after years of being stuck in development hell, it now seems as though the movie might actually make it to the big screen after all.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has celebrated achievements in moviemaking for decades. And now they’ve received official approval to start creating their ultimate love letter to the craft.
It was about a month ago that reports came out that said Ex Machina star Alicia Vikander had signed on to star with Tom Hanks in the upcoming thriller The Circle. As it turns out, she's been pulled away thanks to the allure of Bourne 5, but the good news is that the project has found an excellent replacement in Emma Watson.
When it was announced earlier this month that Clint Eastwood was going to make a movie about Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and the "Miracle on the Hudson," our ears perked up - as happens when a high profile director signs on to a high profile film. Now the project has gotten infinitely more impressive.
Tom Hanks will play James Donovan, an insurance lawyer called upon by our federal government to negotiate the release of a captured American pilot during the height of the Cold War. As you can tell by the above clip, diplomacy in this era was in short supply, and both the U.S. and “Mother” Russia were balancing on a very thin line to try and protect their biggest secrets.
One Forrest Gump fan has set out to recreate the film's coast-to-coast running scene, all in the name of charity.
After working together on a number of film projects over the years, Tom Hanks does a mean impression of Ron Howard.
Tom Hanks And Alicia Vikander are about to bring Dave Eggers' novel, The Circle, to life on the big screen. Get the details, after the jump.
Everybody has to start somewhere, and Hollywood's biggest actors know that fact all too well. Some were born naturals, while others needed a little bit of work to smooth out the edges. One thing is for certain: both camps are well represented in the supercut inside.
The inaugural episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden would see the host nab the services of the one and only Tom Hanks to help kick off a quirky blue-screen-centric segment that will likely become a repertory part of his show. Both Hanks and Corden go through a bit of incisive improv surveying the long film career of Hanks in a hilariously comprehensive manner.
Believe it or not, YouTube has some quality films hiding within its walls... and some of them are even free to watch! Here's a list of 20 prime candidates that you might want to bookmark before the next Winter Storm/Sick Day.