Tom Hanks just so happened to be walking through an event at the same time as the cast of "Hustlers," so of course he had to be polite and say hello.
The culture clash went down Sunday at the Hotel Le Germain during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Hanks was at an AT&T event, promoting "A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood" when he spotted J. Lo and the "Hustlers" girls strutting their stuff taking a cast photo.
He asked for some lip gloss and then made his way over to the ladies to say hello.
Starting with Julia Stiles, Hanks made his way down the line and greeted each one of the stars; including Keke Palmer, Lopez, Constance Wu and Madeline Brewer.
The stars of "Hustlers" have been on a non-stop promotion tour for the movie, which finally premieres this week.
The night before, J. Lo rocked the red carpet with a clutch fashioned to look like a stack of $100 bills, and even invited out a fan to celebrate passing her 100 million follower milestone on Instagram.
Unfortunately, the movie has been receiving weak reviews, except every critic seems to agree that Cardi B steals the show for the few scenes she appears in the flick.
On the other side of the spectrum, Hanks' Mr. Rogers biopic is being praised by all the critics, and has earned a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes.
During a showing at the Toronto Film Festival, the room was reportedly brought to tears by Hanks' performance.
Seeing as Mr. Rogers is a huge fan, maybe the characters of "Hustlers" can find work in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, if the film ends up being a flop.