The first reactions for Toy Story 4 have emerged and it looks as though Pixar has another masterpiece on its hands.
'Toy Story 4' producer Jonas Rivera admits it wasn’t just the public asking that question, it was also being asked by the creatives tasked with the job of finding the story the fourth film.
Gary Sinise got all choked up after famous Hollywood chums and war heroes got together to pay tribute to his tireless work for war veterans.
Sony Pictures has unveiled the official title for the long-referred to as untitled Mr. Rogers/Tom Hanks Project. The Marielle Heller-helmed film, which at one point went by You Are My Friend, is now titled A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. Based on a screenplay by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster's screenplay, the pic is inspired by the article Can You Say. . . Hero? by Tom Junod. In the heart-warming story, a cynical journalist begrudgingly accepts an assignment…
Though many will still get misty eyed at the thought of Andy heading off to college at the end of Toy Story 3, the next instalment is clearly intending to pull some of those same strings.
The magnificent Tom Hanks has helped a young leukaemia sufferer – and aspiring world traveller – to realise a special birthday wish.
While Tom Hanks comedy Big is undoubtedly a classic, it has been widely noted that there's one aspect in particular that is a tad dubious.
The fourth movie in the franchise has been plagued by behind-the-scenes struggles since it was announced in 2014.
'The Post' star Tom Hanks thinks the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment in Hollywood is just the start of a very long journey towards equality.
Tom Hanks argues that his new thriller The Post is "not political" as the Pentagon Papers represents a moment of historical truth that cannot be denied.
'The Post' star Tom Hanks explains why he thinks Oprah Winfrey has what it takes to be President of the United States of America in this new era of American politics.
The Post, Steven Spielberg’s new movie about the Washington Post and its release of the Pentagon Papers, has been banned in Lebanon, according to reports. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that it’s been axed by the Lebanese censorship board because of Spielberg, who is on a ‘boycott Israel’ list. Spielberg is on the Arab League’s blacklist over a donation of $1 million from his foundation towards relief efforts following conflict between Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and Israel in 2006.
Entertainment One has released the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's historical drama 'The Post', and it's a rather star-studded affair.
A zeitgeist tech thriller adapted from feted novelist Dave Eggers and starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks is surely an open goal, right?
Tom Hanks looks set to retain the title of ‘friendliest Hollywood star on the planet’ for 2016, after yet another delightful encounter with a fan. Zena Gopal from Toronto penned a short note to him, explaining that, as part of a bet, she was seeking a selfie from a celebrity, taken with a picture of herself. The quickest reply would be the winner. And lo, three weeks later, Ms Gopal was ‘totally floored’ when in the post arrived a shot of Hanks posing with her picture. ...
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks share an chilling vision of the future in the ominous first trailer for ‘The Circle’, James Ponsoldt’s upcoming adaptation of Dave Eggers’ hugely popular novel. Watson stars as Mae Holland, a young woman who lands a job at The Circle – the world’s most powerful tech company – as it begins to impose its philosophy of openness on society. Hanks plays one of The Circle’s founders, Bailey, a charismatic presence and frontman who seems to be half-Mark Zuckerberg and half-Steve Jobs.