His fans have long known that Tom Hanks (64) is a relatively unpretentious Hollywood star. In an interview with the "Bild am Sonntag" The two-time Oscar winner also reveals why this is so: "My family is careful not to become too arrogant." This particularly applies to his granddaughters Olivia (born 2011) and Charlotte (born 2013), who were not interested in the fact that Hanks had "a few Oscars on the mantelpiece". Rather, her grandfather was "especially good when he bought ice cream," joked Hanks. It also fits that the actor only celebrates his 64th birthday posted a videowho showed him taking a plunge into the pool.
"I wake up every day and feel blessed"
Because Hanks' new film "Greyhound" is not going to the cinemas because of the corona pandemic, but can now be seen on Apple TV +, it was also important to him to talk about the pandemic. He and his wife Rita Wilson (63) were among the first celebrities officially infected with the coronavirus that he survived Covid-19 I'm sure, "he told the newspaper. Because he knows "what it feels like to be on the ground", the couple supports local aid organizations in the crisis.
Meanwhile, the actor himself advertised for his new film project, in which Hanks also wrote the screenplay on Instagram. As for the contribution that shows the cover of the script, he wrote that it was a long and arduous journey, "but here it is". At the bottom of the picture is a date that gives an indication of how long the trip actually took: The script is dated June 14, 2014.