“What would I do if I was in the circumstances of that man, that woman, that child, that android?” – Tom Hanks
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“People ask me, ‘Why aren’t you sweating?’ And I say, ‘Because I am making myself effortless.’ The physical is key.” – Aaron Eckhart
Hanks talks about the intimidating aspects of the role and how he prepared to play the much-heralded pilot.
Tom Hanks has never been better in this retelling of the famous USAir flight that ended up in the Hudson River.
During the Cold War, the Soviet Union captures U.S. pilot Francis Gary Powers after shooting down his U-2 spy plane.
“Steven does this incredible thing when he casts you: He empowers you with the scene.” – Tom Hanks on Steven Spielberg
“Sometimes it’s not about getting the job. You go in there and you make a really good impression” – Tina Huang on Auditioning
“Bridge of Spies” tells the story of James Donovan, a Brooklyn lawyer who finds himself thrust into the center of the Cold War when the CIA sends him on the near-impossible task to negotiate the release of a captured American U-2 pilot.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sII9sBG94mk] Check out Robin Wright auditioning for the role of Jenny from Forest Gump opposite…
Listening to Tom Hanks give advice is always a plus in my book. BAFTA Guru…
Forget diet and exercise. The real secret to weight loss is… Tom Hanks. Well, at…
I’d want Tom Hanks as my Captain.
Tom Hanks on Being Accessible as an Actor: “You can make things happen easier if you show up on time, if you know your lines well, if you have ideas”
Sometimes you just have to give into cliches because they’re actually true. In the case…
Tom Hanks and Director Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips looks like it’s going to be one…
Emma Thompson on Her Role as the Author of Mary Poppins: “She’s the most difficult person I’ve ever played”
Walt Disney remains one of the most well-liked figures in Hollywood history — heck, his name alone brings smiles to children whose parents weren’t even born in Disney’s lifetime — so finding someone to play Disney in the upcoming movie Saving Mr. Banks must have been particularly challenging.
With a Tony Nomination and almost certain Tony Award for Lucky Guy around the corner, Tom Hanks is everywhere right now. Not that that’s a bad thing because I love the guy and would (and do) watch most all of his appearances.
Tony nominees Tom Hanks, Courtney B. Vance and director George C. Wolfe were joined by Nora Ephron’s son, Jacob Bernstein for a panel on Charlie Rose recently.
Reporters, Please Stop Asking Tom Hanks Why He’s on Broadway: “I’m an actor… This is what we do. This is the job” (video)
Tom Hanks is riding high right now. He’s got a hugely successful Broadway show, Nora Ephron’s Lucky Guy. He’s nominated for a Tony Award, the show has already recouped it’s investment and, wait for it…. he was just voted as the most trusted man in America by Readers Digest.
‘Lucky Guy’ Star Courtney B. Vance on Choosing Roles and What He Would Be If He Didn’t Make It as an Actor
Naturally the name “Tom Hanks” (also known as the most trusted person in America!) stands out on the poster for Broadway’s Lucky Guy even more than the title. Being that Hanks is one of the biggest movie stars in the world that makes sense, but it also makes it easy to forget that there are other talented individuals in the production, like Courtney B. Vance.
Reader’s Digest published a list of “The 100 Most Trusted People in America.” According to the magazine, it “teamed up with research firm The Wagner Group to poll over 1,000 Americans and discover which individuals and the ideals they represent have earned our confidence.”