Actor Tom Hanks could be teaming up again with director Steven Spielberg for an untitled Cold War thriller.reports Hanks is attached to star in the period film as an American attorney who is enlisted by the CIA to go into the Soviet Union to negotiate the release of a captured pilot.
“Captain Phillips” star Tom Hanks appeared on the "Late Show" Monday and told host Dave Letterman that he has Type 2 diabetes.
Letterman commented on how Hanks, 57, had slimmed down, and the Oscar winner said he recently received some news from his physician. His doctor told Hanks, "Well, you've graduated. You've got Type 2 diabetes, young man.”
The doctor suggested that if Hanks could lose enough weight, he would essentially not have diabetes anymore. Hanks joked, "Then I said to her, 'Well, I am going to have Type 2 diabetes.’”
Hanks said there is no secret to their successful 25-year union. “I got lucky… No secrets, it’s about winning the lottery. She could’ve done better, but man oh man, I’m no dope. I’m sticking with her.”
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour rubbed elbows with the all-star cast of “Cloud Atlas” at the film’s glitzy L.A. premiere on Wednesday night.
Actor Michael Clarke Duncan left his mark on Hollywood as the unforgettable gentle giant in “Green Mile.” As news spread of Michael’s death from heart complications on Monday, stars shared their memories of the Oscar nominee.website.
Celebrity friends and fans of screenwriter Nora Ephron are mourning her untimely death this week.
It was a day of loss in the Hanks household Thursday. The actor took to Twitter to announce his dog, Monty, had passed away, writing, "A sad day. Goodbye Big Boy."
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