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Tom Hanks

Knowledge Identifier: +Tom_Hanks


Tom Hanks

American actor, producer, writer, and directoradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1956.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (11%), (5%)

Main connections: Steven Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis, Ron Howard

Linked to: Democratic Party, Los Angeles Times, American Film Institute, California State University, Sacramento




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Tom Hanks was born in 1956 add something


In 1965, Amos Hanks married Frances Wong, a San Francisco native of Chinese descent. add something


During the same time, Hanks won the Cleveland Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for his 1978 performance as Proteus in Shakespeare's The Two Gentlemen of Verona, one of the few times he played a villain. add something


Hanks was married to American actress Samantha Lewes from 1978 to 1987. add something


Early in 1979, Hanks was cast in the lead role of Callimaco in the Riverside Shakespeare Company's production of Niccolò Machiavelli's The Mandrake, directed by Daniel Southern. add something


In 1979, Hanks moved to New York City, where he made his film debut in the low-budget slasher film He Knows You're Alone and got a part in the television movie Mazes and Monsters. add something


Bess Armstrong - Armstrong continued to make several films for both the big and small screens in the 1980s, among them "High Road to China" opposite Tom_Selleck; "Jaws 3-D" with Dennis_Quaid; Alan Alda's "The Four Seasons"; the TV miniseries "Lace"; and "Nothing in Common", starring Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason


Donna Dixon - Dixon co-starred with Tom Hanks in the early 1980s television comedy series "Bosom Buddies"


Comedy film - Popular comedy stars in the 1980s included Dudley Moore, Tom Hanks, Eddie_Murphy and Dan Aykroyd


Sela Ward - Ward subsequently played variations on the same character in films and television guest spots throughout the 1980s, most notably opposite Tom Hanks in 1986's "Nothing in Common"


Bosom Buddies and a guest appearance on a 1982 episode of Happy Days ("A Case of Revenge," where he played a disgruntled former classmate of The Fonz) prompted director Ron Howard to contact Hanks. add something


Adrian Zmed - Though it did not fare as well as its predecessor, the film was a modest success, and Zmed's performance in his first motion picture led to other movie roles, including 1983's "The Final Terror", and his breakout role as "Jay O'Neill" in 1984's "Bachelor Party", with Tom Hanks


He had a sizable hit with the sex comedy Bachelor Party, in 1984. add something


John Candy - In 1984, Candy played Tom Hanks's womanizing brother in the hit romantic comedy "Splash", generally considered his breakout role


Tawny Kitaen - She co-starred in the movie "Bachelor Party" as the bride-to-be of a young Tom Hanks and was the star of the 1986 horror movie "Witchboard"


Barbara Stuart - She played Tom Hanks' character's increasingly appalled mother-in-law-to be in 1984's "Bachelor Party"


Daryl Hannah - She was cast as a blonde mermaid in Ron Howard's 1984 fantasy Splash, which starred Tom Hanks and was a major financial success, establishing Hannah as a high-profile film actress.


Splash (film) - "'Splash"' is a 1984 American fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Ron Howard, written by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, and starring Tom Hanks, Daryl_Hannah, John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Dody Goodman


Volunteers (film) - "'Volunteers"' is a 1985 American comedy film directed by Nicholas Meyer and starring Tom Hanks and John Candy in their second film together after "Splash"


David Seltzer - As writer/director, Seltzer's credits include the 1986 teen tragi-comedy "Lucas" starring Corey Haim, Charlie Sheen and Winona Ryder, the 1988 comedy "Punchline" starring Sally Field and Tom Hanks, and 1992's "Shining Through" starring Melanie Griffith and Michael Douglas


Nestor Serrano - His first film was the 1986 Tom Hanks comedy "The Money Pit"


Winston Groom - "Forrest Gump" was published in 1986; however, it did not make Groom a best-selling author until it was adapted into a film with the same name in 1994, a film starring Tom Hanks in the title role of Forrest Gump


Harry Morgan - In 1987, Morgan reprised his Bill Gannon character, now a captain, for a supporting role in another film version of "Dragnet", a parody of the original series written by and starring Dan Aykroyd and co-starring Tom Hanks and Christopher Plummer


In 1988, Hanks married actress Rita Wilson. add something


Debra Jo Rupp - In 1988, Rupp landed her first film role on the big screen as Miss Patterson, Tom Hanks's secretary in the film "Big"


Punchline (film) - "'Punchline"' is a 1988 American comedy film written and directed by David Seltzer and stars Tom Hanks as a talented young comic who helps a housewife, played by Sally Field who wants to break into stand-up comedy


Rita Wilson - She has been married to actor Tom Hanks since April 1988, and the couple have two sons, Chester and Truman


Corey Feldman - In 1989, Feldman appeared in "The 'Burbs" opposite Tom Hanks and Carrie Fisher


Henry Gibson - In the 1989 Joe Dante comedy "The 'Burbs", starring Tom Hanks, Gibson played the villain


Wil Rottgen - Wil Röttgen had his first TV appearance in 1990 for the BBC Since he acted in a number of successful International TV and Cinema productions such as Band of Brothers with Tom Hanks, Dinotopia, Beyond the Sea and in German Television for Berlin, Berlin, Soko Kitzbühl and Soko Wismar


Dean Reed - Tom Hanks has optioned a biography by Reggie Nadelson, titled "Comrade Rockstar" , finally published in the U.S. by Walker & Company in 2006


Velma Abbott - After that, filmmaker Penny Marshall premiered her 1992 film "A League of Their Own", a fictional history centered in the first season of the AAGPBL. Starring Geena Davis, Tom Hanks, Madonna, Lori Petty and Rosie O'Donnell, this film brought a rejuvenated interest to the extinct league


Lori Petty - In 1992, Petty was featured in what became her best-known role, "A League of Their Own", opposite Tom Hanks, Geena_Davis and Madonna


Hanks won the 1993 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Philadelphia. add something


In a 1993 issue of Disney Adventures, Hanks said, "I saw Turner & Hooch the other day in the SAC store and couldn't help but be reminiscent. add something


This "modern era" began in 1993 for Hanks, first with Sleepless in Seattle and with Philadelphia. add something


Alfonso Cuaron - After this success, director Sydney Pollack hired Cuarón to direct an episode of "Fallen Angels", a series of neo-noir stories produced for the Showtime premium cable network in 1993; other directors who worked on the series included Steven Soderbergh, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Bogdanovich and Tom Hanks


Pauline Brailsford - Her most notable performance was "A League of Their Own", as the team's chaperone "Miss Cuthburt", for which she shared a 1993 MTV Movie Award nomination with Tom Hanks for Best Kiss


Gary Goetzman - In 1993, Goetzman was executive producer of Demme's "Philadelphia", starring Tom Hanks


Meg Ryan - The year 1993 saw the release of the hugely successful romantic comedy "Sleepless in Seattle", which paired Ryan for the second time with Tom Hanks


Hanks followed Philadelphia with the 1994 summer hit Forrest Gump. add something


Sammy L. Davis - Footage of his Medal of Honor award ceremony was used in the 1994 film "Forrest Gump", with actor Tom Hanks' head superimposed over that of Davis


University of Alabama - In film, probably the most famous reference to the university is in the 1994 film "Forrest Gump" , in which the title character, portrayed by actor Tom Hanks, attends the University of Alabama and plays football there under Bear Bryant


Nathan Bedford Forrest - In the 1994 motion picture, "Forrest Gump", the eponymous Tom Hanks character states that he was named after his ancestor General Nathan Bedford Forrest


Hanks' next role—astronaut and commander Jim Lovell, in the 1995 movie Apollo 13--reunited him with Ron Howard. add something


Later in 1998, Hanks re-teamed with his Sleepless in Seattle co-star Meg Ryan for You've Got Mail, a remake of 1940's The Shop Around the Corner. add something


Jim Hanks - In 1995 "A Current Affair" revealed that Tom Hanks had created the mannerisms for the character of Forrest Gump in the film of the same name based upon the simpleton mannerisms earlier created by Jim for the role of Jeeter in 1993, including Forrest's "now-famous jerky run"


Kathleen Quinlan - She has appeared in over 50 films, but is perhaps best known for her roles as Deborah, a schizophrenic, in the film version of "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden", for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Drama, and for a Golden Globe and Oscar nominated turn in the Best Supporting Actress category as an astronaut's wife, Marilyn Lovell, in the 1995 true story "Apollo 13" opposite Tom Hanks


Robert Zemeckis - In 1996, Zemeckis had begun developing a project titled The Castaway with Tom Hanks and writer William Broyles, Jr..


Carole King - In 1998, King wrote "Anyone at All", and performed it in "You've Got Mail", starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan


Band of Brothers (TV miniseries) - The executive producers were Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, who had collaborated on the 1998 World War II film "Saving Private Ryan"


Playtone - "'Playtone"' is an American film and television production company and record label established in 1998 by actor Tom Hanks and producer Gary Goetzman


In 1999, Hanks starred in an adaptation of the Stephen King novel The Green Mile. add something


Dabbs Greer - He had a similar role in the 1999 film "The Green Mile", in which he played the elderly version of Tom Hanks' Death Row officer Paul Edgecomb


The Green Mile (novel) - Released in 1999, the film was directed by Darabont and starred Tom Hanks as Paul Edgecombe and Michael Clarke Duncan as John Coffey


Helen Hunt - In 2000, Hunt returned to the screen in four films: Dr. T & the Women, with Richard Gere, Pay It Forward, with Kevin Spacey and Haley Joel Osment, What Women Want, with Mel Gibson, and Cast Away, with Tom Hanks.


Frederick W. Smith - In 2000, Smith made an appearance as himself in the Tom Hanks movie "Cast Away", when Tom's character is welcomed back, which was filmed on location at FedEx's home facilities in Memphis, Tennessee


Cast Away - "'Cast Away"' is a 2000 American adventure drama film directed and produced by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks as a FedEx employee stranded on an uninhabited island after his plane crashes in the South Pacific


Hanks and Tracy were the same age at the time they received their Academy Awards: 37 for the first and 38 for the second. add something


In 2001, Hanks helped direct and produce the acclaimed HBO mini-series Band of Brothers. add something


James McAvoy - Also in 2001, the actor appeared in "Band of Brothers", an eleven-hour World War II miniseries by executive producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks


David Schwimmer - In 2001, Schwimmer played Captain Herbert M. Sobel in Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks' HBO World War II miniseries "Band of Brothers"


Bill Mauldin - On September 19, 2001, Sergeant Major of the Army Jack L. Tilley presented Mauldin with a personal letter from Army Chief of Staff General Eric K. Shinseki, a hardbound book with notes from other senior Army leaders and several celebrities to include Walter Cronkite, Tom Brokaw and Tom Hanks


At the age of 45, he became the youngest ever recipient of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award on June 12, 2002. add something


They Did What/? The Funny, Weird, Wonderful, and Stupid Things Famous People Have Done, Andrews Publishing, 2002. add something


In 2004, he appeared in three films: The Coen Brothers's The Ladykillers, another Spielberg film, The Terminal, and The Polar Express, a family film from Robert Zemeckis. add something


Ryan Malgarini - He appeared with Tom Hanks in a test film to develop the "performance capture" technology for "The Polar Express" in 2004


Sacha Gervasi - He went on to pen "The Terminal", made into a film in 2004 directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks


Robert Zemeckis - In 2004, Zemeckis reteamed with Hanks and directed The Polar Express, based on the children's book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg.


Coen Brothers - In 2004, the Coen brothers made The Ladykillers, a remake of the Ealing Studios classic; a professor, played by Tom Hanks, assembles a team to rob a casino.


The Terminal - "'The Terminal"' is a 2004 American romantic comedy film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones


In August 2005, Hanks was voted in as vice president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. add something


Paul Bettany - He spent the autumn of 2005 filming "The Da Vinci Code", based on Dan Brown's best-selling novel and starring Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou


Kenneth Cole Productions - In 2005, Cole spearheaded the We All Have AIDS awareness campaign with advertisements photographed by Mark Seliger and featuring such luminaries as Nelson Mandela, Tom Hanks, Will_Smith, Elton John, Sharon Stone, Richard Gere, Elizabeth Taylor, Alicia Keys, Desmond Tutu, Natasha Richardson, Eric McCormack, Ashley Judd, Whoopi Goldberg, Harry Belafonte, Greg Louganis and Rosie O'Donnell


Mark Romanek - In 2005, Romanek was scheduled to direct Tom Hanks in a film adaptation of the book, "A Cold Case" but the project languished in development hell


Bill Haley - In March 2005, the British network Sky TV reported that Tom Hanks was planning to produce a biopic on the life of Bill Haley, with production tentatively scheduled to begin in 2006


In 2006, Hanks topped a 1,500-strong list of 'most trusted celebrities' compiled by Forbes magazine. add something


In 2006, the Space Foundation awarded Hanks the Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award. add something


Later in 2006, Hanks produced the British film Starter for Ten, a comedy based on working class students attempting to win University Challenge. add something


In June 2006 Hanks was inducted as an honorary member of the United States Army Rangers Hall of Fame for his accurate portrayal of a Captain in the movie Saving Private Ryan; Hanks, who was unable to attend the induction ceremony, was the first actor to receive such an honor. add something


Tom Hooper - "Elizabeth I" and "Longford" led directly to Hooper being selected by Tom Hanks to direct the epic miniseries "John Adams" for Playtone and HBO. Hooper had been working on a biographical film with Joan Didion about Katharine Graham, publisher of "The Washington Post", since 2006 when he was asked by Hanks to helm the programme


Tom Hooper (director) - "Elizabeth I" and "Longford" led directly to Hooper being selected by Tom Hanks to direct the epic miniseries "John Adams" for Playtone and HBO. Hooper had been working on a biographical film with Joan Didion about Katharine Graham, publisher of "The Washington Post", since 2006 when he was asked by Hanks to helm the programme


In 2007, Hanks starred in Mike Nichols's film Charlie Wilson's War in which he plays Democratic Texas Congressman Charles Wilson. add something


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In August 2007, he along with co-producers Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman, and writer and star Nia Vardalos, initiated a legal action against the production company Gold Circle Films for their share of profits from the movie. add something


AC Propulsion eBox - The first production eBox was delivered to actor Tom Hanks on February 15, 2007


Tony Dungy - On September 6, 2007, "The Indianapolis Star" reported that the Davie-Brown Index , an independent celebrity rating service for advertisers, places Dungy in the top 15 of the 900 actors, musicians, TV personalities, and sports celebrities it ranks for overall appeal, putting him on a level with actors such as Tom Hanks and Morgan Freeman


Julia Roberts - Charlie Wilson's War - Her next film was "Charlie Wilson's War" , with Tom Hanks and Philip Seymour Hoffman, directed by Mike Nichols and based on the book by former CBS journalist George Crile; it was released on December 21, 2007


Space account in which he announced his endorsement of Barack Obama. add something


James Ellroy - In 2008, Daily Variety reported that HBO, along with Tom Hanks's production company, Playtone, was developing "American Tabloid" and "The Cold Six Thousand" for either a miniseries or ongoing series


Gil Kenan - Produced by Tom Hanks, it was released in October 2008 to mixed reviews and poor box office results


Hanks has made donations to many Democratic politicians and has been open about his support for same-sex marriage, environmental causes and alternative fuels. add something


L'Wren Scott - In 2009 she contributed designs for Madonna to wear in her photo shoot with model Jesus Luz for "W Magazine" and in 2011, Scott styled actress Julia Roberts for a "W Magazine" shoot - alongside Tom Hanks


Mary Chase (playwright) - In August, 2009, Steven Spielberg announced that he was planning on doing a remake of "Harvey", reaching out to Tom Hanks and Will Smith to play Elwood Dowd


Harvey (film) - Spielberg approached Tom Hanks and later Robert Downey, Jr. for the lead role, but in December 2009 Spielberg opted out after a dispute over his vision for the project


In 2010, Hanks reprised his role as Sheriff Woody in the third film in the Toy Story franchise, Toy Story_3, after he, Tim Allen, and John Ratzenberger were invited to a movie theater to see a complete story reel of the movie. add something


Bruce McKenna - He is the Emmy Award-winning co-executive producer, creator, principal writer and researcher on the 2010 HBO 10 part mini-series, "The Pacific", which was co-produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks


Conan O'Brien - The final "Tonight Show" with Conan aired January 22, 2010, and featured guests Tom Hanks, Steve_Carell , Neil Young , and Will Ferrell


Cloud Atlas (film) - By June 2010, Tykwer had asked actors Natalie Portman, Tom Hanks, Halle_Berry, James McAvoy, and Ian McKellen to star in "Cloud Atlas"


Hanks became a grandfather when his son Colin and daughter-in-law Samantha gave birth to granddaughter Olivia Jane Hanks on February 1, 2011. add something


In 2011, he directed and starred opposite Julia Roberts in the title role in the romantic comedy Larry Crowne. add something


Hanks became a grandfather when his son Colin's wife Samantha gave birth to granddaughter Olivia Jane Hanks on February 1, 2011 add something


Betty White - A 2011 poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos revealed that White was considered to be the most popular and most trusted celebrity among Americans, beating out the likes of Denzel Washington, Sandra Bullock, and Tom Hanks


Dale Dye - He appeared in the 2011 Tom Hanks film "Larry Crowne"


Holmes Osborne - In 2011, he has a supporting role in the Tom Hanks film "Larry Crowne"


Julia Roberts - In 2011, she co-starred as Mercedes Tainot opposite Tom Hanks who directed and played the title role in the romantic comedy "Larry Crowne"


Larry Crowne - "'Larry Crowne"' is a 2011 American romantic comedy film starring Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts


Captain Phillips (film) - In March 2011, actor Tom Hanks attached himself to the project after reading a draft of the screenplay by Billy Ray


Pixar - In June 2011, Tom Hanks, who voiced Woody in "Toy Story", implied that "Toy Story 4" was "in the works", but this has not been confirmed by the studio


Rami Malek - During filming of "The Pacific", Malek met executive producer Tom Hanks, who was impressed with his performance and would later cast him as college student Steve Dibiasi in the feature film "Larry Crowne", released in July 2011


Hugo Weaving - The project, co-starring Tom Hanks, Ben_Whishaw, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, and Susan Sarandon, began filming in September 2011 and was released in October 2012


Paul Greengrass - Based on the book "A Captain's Duty" and starring Tom Hanks, the film was shot in the Summer of 2012 in Massachusetts, Virginia and Malta


Brian Epstein - In 2012, Tom Hanks announced that his production company will back a biopic of the famed Beatles' manager


Chloe Sevigny - With Tom Hanks reportedly backing the production of the series, it is due to begin filming in late 2012


The film is scheduled to be released in 2013 add something


In September 2013, Hanks was a member of a 12 member jury hearing a domestic violence case when an apparently star-struck lawyer from the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, not on the case, broke court rules and spoke to Hanks add something


On October 7, 2013, on The Late Show with David Letterman, Hanks announced that he has Type II Diabetes add something


Jim Dwyer (journalist) - Dwyer was portrayed in "Lucky Guy", "a play by Nora Ephron about his friend Mike McAlary, the late Pulitzer Prize winning columnist, that ran on Broadway in 2013, starring Tom Hanks


Peter Gerety - In 2013 Gerety was playing the role of John Cotter in Nora Ephron's Broadway play "Lucky Guy" with Tom Hanks


Captain Phillips (film) - "'Captain Phillips"' is a 2013 American thriller film directed by Paul Greengrass and starring Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi


Mike McAlary - "Lucky Guy", another play about McAlary, this one written by Nora Ephron, opened on Broadway in a limited run on April 1, 2013, starring the playwright's longtime friend and film colleague Tom Hanks


A Hologram for the King (film) - On June 12, 2013 Tom Tykwer was reportedly developing an adaptation of 2012 novel "A Hologram for the King" written by Dave Eggers, Tykwer will write and direct the film, Tom Hanks will star as a lead, producing by Playtone and X-Filme Creative Pool


The Lost Symbol - In July 2013 Sony Pictures announced they would instead adapt "Inferno" for a December 18, 2015 release date with Ron Howard as director, David Koepp adapting the screenplay and Tom Hanks reprising his role as Robert Langdon


Bridge of Spies (film) - In May 2014, it was announced that Tom Hanks would star as James Donovan, and Mark Rylance is to co-star with Hanks


In March of 2015, Hanks starred in the new ://en add something


In March 2015, Hanks starred in the new Carly Rae Jepsen music video "I Really Like You", lip-syncing most of the song's lyrics as he goes through his daily routine add something


It was released in October 2015 to a positive reception add something


Irrfan Khan - As of 2015, he had appeared in more than 50 Indian films in Bollywood, and a few international films, such as "Life of Pi" and "Jurassic World", with a featured role alongside Tom Hanks in the 2016 adaptation of Dan Brown's novel "Inferno"


Tom Tykwer - In 2015 he released "A Hologram for a King," starring Tom Hanks and Saita Choudhury, based on a novel by American novelist Dave Eggers


Francis Gary Powers - In the 2015 movie "Bridge of Spies", dramatizing the negotiations to repatriate Powers, he is portrayed by Austin Stowell, with Tom Hanks starring as negotiator James Donovan


Matthias Schoenaerts - Production is slated to begin Summer 2015 on the six-hour miniseries executive produced by Tom Hanks, Edward_Norton, and Brad Pitt


Emma Watson - She starred in "Regression", a thriller released in August 2015, alongside Ethan Hawke and her Harry Potter colleague David Thewlis and has signed up to star opposite Tom Hanks in the film adaptation of "The Circle"


Mark Rylance - Rylance co-starred in the biographical drama "Bridge of Spies", released in October 2015, directed by Steven Spielberg, and starring Tom Hanks, Amy_Ryan, and Alan Alda


In April 2016, Hanks starred as Alan Clay in the comedy-drama "A Hologram for the King", an adaptation of the 2012 novel of the same name add something


Hanks starred as airline captain Chesley Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood's "Sully", which was released in September 2016 add something


Tom Tykwer - He directed 2016's "A Hologram for the King," starring Tom Hanks and Sarita Choudhury, based on a novel by American novelist Dave Eggers


Irrfan Khan - He will appear alongside Tom Hanks in the 2016 adaptation of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon thriller "Inferno"


Autumn Reeser - In September 2016, she will be seen in Clint Eastwood's biopic "Sully", along with Tom Hanks


The book, "Uncommon Type", was published in 2017 add something


He voiced David S. Pumpkins in "The David S. Pumpkins Animated Halloween Special", which aired October 28, 2017, on $NBC, a character he had portrayed in episodes of "Saturday Night Live" add something


Karen Gillan - Gillan was cast in one of the lead roles in "The Circle" the 2017 movie with Emma Watson and Tom Hanks


Michael Stuhlbarg - His final performance of 2017 and second release of December, was as "The New York Times" executive editor A. M. Rosenthal in Steven Spielberg's political thriller "The Post", which starred Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep and depicts the publishing of the "Pentagon Papers" by journalists from "The Washington Post" and "The Times"


The Blob - The Blob's movie poster was briefly shown in Steven Spielberg's 2017 Oscar nominated film, The Post, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep


Steven Spielberg - In March 2017, it was announced Spielberg would direct Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in "The Post", an account of The New York Times's uncovering of the Pentagon Papers, with production scheduled to begin in late May 2017


Steven Spielberg - While "Ready Player One" is in its lengthy, effects-heavy post-production, Spielberg will direct Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in "The Post", an account of "The New York Times"'s uncovering of the Pentagon Papers, with production scheduled to begin in late May 2017


In March 2018, Hanks was cast to portray Fred Rogers in Marielle Heller's biographical film "You Are My Friend" add something


Principal production will commence in February 2019 add something


Toy Story - Hanks reprised his voice role as Sheriff Woody in Pixar's "Toy Story 4", which was released on June 21, 2019 add something


The film will be released on November 22, 2019, by Sony Pictures add something