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Everyone has their favorite actors, and, often those actors are actual, big-time movie stars. Well, a recent Harris Poll surveyed American adults last year to find out exactly who ranks as the biggest movie star in the U.S.
Another possibly high profile project is looking to fill its cast with some famous faces. Crime thriller Triple Frontier is circling the man behind everyone’s favorite pirate and an actor known for playing the everyman.
With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens the rankings have changed yet again. Take a look at the top ten highest grossing actors of all time.
Entertainment is a weird business, but it’s a business like any other. Having a valuable stock price is as important, if not more so, than making a great movie. Most of the time these two objectives work together.
Tom Hanks has that signature voice that’s unmistakable. He’s lent it to Toy Story for the role of toy cowboy Woody in three films and a fourth is on the way. Well, as it turns out, we’ve been misled for quite some time.
What a difference a year makes. Last season, at this early stage of the game, we had so many potential Best Actor candidates, we easily could have fielded two categories of worthy nominees. What it mean, at the end of the First Phase, was that several talented performances were left on the outside looking in, left without a nomination.
Forrest Gump won all the awards, has all the quotable lines, and it’s one of the films that turned Tom Hanks into a bonafide movie star. But it was almost without one key moment that was saved by its star.
While The Walk might have fallen flat at the box office, let's still remember that Robert Zemeckis is a majestic filmmaker. In fact, let's do that right now by looking at his 10 best films.
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg re-team for Bridge of Spies, about a famous trade-off of captured spies between the Soviets and the United States during the Cold War. As it turns out, the Spielberg wasn’t the first person to try and bring this story to life.
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.