Thirty years later, David Moscow says he can see mannerisms Tom Hanks took from him for his Oscar-nominated "Big" role.
On the 30th anniversary of "Big," Turner Classic Movies and 20th Century Fox are bringing the film back to theaters.
Charlize Theron wasn't an Oscar-winning actress when she tried out for a part with someone she worshipped, and the nerves got to her.
The couple said "I do" on this day in 1988. They've been charming the heck out of us ever since.
Actress explains how she came dangerously close to plummeting to her doom in a famous scene from the 1980s comedy.
The actors co-star for the first time in the Steven Spielberg drama about the release of the Pentagon Papers by the Washington Post in 1971.
Childhood friends Colin Hanks and Kate Hudson visited "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen." Hanks's ability to recognize lines from his father's films turned out to be less than stellar.
James Corden sent 297 copies of "Philadelphia" to President Trump in the hopes that it would make him care about HIV/AIDS.
Tom Hanks might be one of the most beloved actors of our time, but he’s also known for posting interesting things to his social media accounts such as random photos of abandoned hats, gloves, and umbrellas, as well as occasionally posing alongside various cars. One user claimed that the building was home to David S. Pumpkins, referencing an SNL sketch that Hanks appeared in, while another pondered if the building was the headquarters for Men In Black. The windowless building is known as the Long Lines Building and is rumored to be a listening station for the National Security Agency.
Geena Davis showed up at an annual baseball game in Arkansas that celebrates the inspiring female-empowerment comedy.
In honor of their 29th wedding anniversary, Rita Wilson posted a touching tribute on social media thanking God for bringing her Tom Hanks.
Johnathon Schaech, Tom Everett Scott, and Ethan Embry, three-fourths of the band The Wonders in Tom Hanks' 'That Thing You Do!' get on stage in L.A.
Political Science professor Robert E. Kelly was being interviewed about the South Korea impeachment scandal by the BBC via Skype when his kids unexpectedly gatecrashed his live interview.
A timely film about the vital role of the press in keeping government honest is coming together with a powerhouse cast. Steven Spielberg just said yes to direct Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in The Post, the spec script by Liz Hannah bought last fall by Amy Pascal’s Pascal Pictures. The deals are being negotiated. The film is a drama about the Washington Post’s role in exposing the Pentagon Papers in 1971, and how the Post’s editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Kay Graham challenged the federal government over their right to publish them.
Tom Hanks sent reporters at the White House a gift: a high-end espresso machine, which came with a typewritten note that seemingly took a dig at President Trump’s reported falsehoods. It read:
Tom Hanks has never met a typewriter he didn’t like. Now Hanks has written a book, Uncommon Type: Some Stories, consisting of 17 tales that all feature, yes, typewriters, to be released Oct. 24. Entertainment Weekly announced Tuesday the tome will be published by Alfred A. Knopf, and that Random House Audio will release an audiobook that Hanks himself will narrate.