Halloween is about to get a whole lot more Pumpkins.
Halloween is about to get a whole lot more Pumpkins.
Dr. George Church is a real-life Dr. Frankenstein. The inventor of CRISPR and one of the minds behind the Human Genome Project is no longer content just reading and editing DNA—now he wants to make new life. In Ben Mezrich’s latest book, Wooly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of History’s Most Iconic Extinct…
The most believable part of The Circle, which opens in theaters Friday, is the tech. Sadly, the film’s arguments surrounding privacy, which are integral to the movie’s plot, are a muddled mess, portrayed in ways that lack nuance and understanding of the world its audience is already living in.
The new trailer for The Circle just dropped, and boy, the kings of Silicon Valley are not going to be pleased.
Last week, Saturday Night Live introduced the world to yet another piece of deeply mediocre comedy that the world wide web has desperately tried to make into this year’s hottest Halloween meme. His name is David S. Pumpkins and he is portrayed by legendary actor and Polar Express star Tom Hanks.
We would totally watch this movie. And it would not matter to us whether it was because Tom Hanks’ original movie character Allen Bauer has fallen for Channing Tatum’s new mer-person because he is so beautiful or because he’s left his first aquatic romantic partner, Madison, as a result of finding out he never loved…
According to IMDB, Tom Hanks has acted in 81 movies in a career that started way back in 1980. Bill Murray has 83 acting credits dating back to 1973. That’s over 35 years in “the industry” together, and yet they’ve never appeared on screen together in the same movie. Hmm. Seems suspicious, right? Could it be because…
Pixar fans probably didn’t think to tune into Ellen recently when they saw Tom Hanks was on to promote Sully. But Hanks and DeGeneres share Pixar in common, and the two took the occasion to not only share some fun stories, but also to improvise what might happen if Woody met Dory.
When any adaptation of an acclaimed Dave Eggers novel makes it to the big screen, people take notice. When you cast Tom Hanks as one of the leads, people get interested. Then you add Emma Watson to it and people get thrilled.
Spies are everywhere in pop culture right now, including tons of spy movies and TV shows. So why are we so obsessed with secret-agent madness? Is it nostalgia, or a reflection of new, real-life preoccupations? Here are all the reasons why 2015 is the year of the spy.
The next Da Vinci Code sequel will start filming in April, 2015, Deadline reports. We have Tom Hanks returning to star as Robert Langdon and Ron Howard back to direct. Weirdly, the studio's decided to skip one of Dan Brown's novels and adapt Inferno instead of The Lost Symbol. Is this a Freemason conspiracy?!…
Two days before the 2013 Miss America pageant, Miss New York Nina Dalvuluri —the self-proclaimed Miss Diversity — was allegedly caught on tape calling outgoing Miss America Mallory Hagan "fat as fuck."* Keep it classy, ladies.
This trailer for Saving Mr. Banks is priceless — it's a film about the making of Disney's Mary Poppins movie, with Tom Hanks inhabiting Walt Disney's eagerness to make the picture and Emma Thompson as author P.L. Travers, who absolutely does not want her wonderful book besmirched.
Behold the first ever (spoiler-filled) clip from Cloud Atlas. This two-minute clip wraps up six different plot lines all into one, and it also shows a very spoilery end to one of the characters, so be warned. Will the Wachowskis be able to pull off this massive balancing act?
Cloud Atlas made its big debut at the Toronto International Film Festival to a rousing chorus of "Hell yes!" and "What the hell was that?"
You've seen the trailer for Cloud Atlas, but did you spot all the many faces of Tom Hanks? As David Mitchell's novel jumps from century to century, so do the actors playing various characters throughout time. Especially Tom Hanks. Here is our collection of the many ways Tom Hanks appears in Cloud Atlas.
Feast your eyes on the very first images from the movie adaptation of David Mitchell's time jumping novel Cloud Atlas. The movie features a massive cast of big name actors (Halle Berry, Hugo Weaving, Hugh Grant and more) playing multiple roles throughout time, from the 19th century to the future.
After a disaster causes civilization to collapse, a seemingly idyllic city rises from the ashes, powered by electricity and a strong sense of community. But the Electric City is also carefully controlled by a shadowy matriarchy, which uses propaganda and violence to keep everything moving slowly. Their most powerful…
The first footage is out from Tom Hanks' animated web series, Electric City — set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia, where only the rich can afford communication. Hanks produced, does voice acting, and helped write the script for this 90-minute project, that's been in the works for years. Hanks told EW that at one point…
Tom Hanks is building, starring, writing, and lending his voice to a new animated scifi series for Yahoo titled Electric City, which is the first ever scripted series for Yahoo. Here's a plot synopsis, via Yahoo Vice-President Erin McPherson: