Studio 360 : audio interview

April 07, 2013 - 0 comment

On March 21, Tom Hanks recorded an interview for Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, a public radio’s surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. It was finally released on their website.


"Doing Lucky Guy is like playing an NBA basketball game every night. It's very fast, and sometimes you sink it and sometimes you don't, but you get to do it again every night." - Tom Hanks -

They discussed Tom Hanks's career, his hits and misses, directing features, Saving Mr Banks and his play on Broadway. You can now listen to and download the half-hour interview in our audio section.

Piers Morgan on CNN : video

April 03, 2013 - 0 comment

Piers Morgan sat down for more than a half hour with Tom Hanks and the cast of Lucky Guy. The interview was broadcast on CNN on March 22, 2013.
Tom Hanks starts the interview alone, talking about his wife Rita Wilson and what drew him to Broadway. After about ten minutes, he's joined by Peter Scolari with whom he remembers his early years as an actor in Bosom Buddies. The rest of the cast joins them later in the interview to talk about the play.


I apologize in advance for the quality of the sound and image of the video. The segments were uploaded by mailtruck1 on Youtube (a huge thank you!) and I edited them in order to make a single video out of them.

Tom Hanks makes a surprise appearance on SNL

March 10, 2013 - 0 comment

Tom Hanks made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live yesterday evening to welcome Justin Timberlake into the Five-Timers Club, a fraternity for the show's most prolific hosts, during a star-studded monologue on this weekend's episode. You can watch it in our videos.


Other five-timers and show favorites such as Steve Martin, Martin Short, Paul Simon, Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd appeared to properly honor Timberlake into the club.
The Five-Timers Club was first mentioned on December 8, 1990 during Tom Hanks's opening monologue, who was then joining the club. So far, Tom Hanks has hosted eight episodes of Saturday Night Live. His first hosted episode was on 1985 and his most recent was on May 2006.

We also added an old extract from a previous episode which aired in December 2012. During his Christmas song monologue, Martin Short Short tried to kiss Kristen Wiig, Jimmy Fallon, Tom Hanks, Tina Fey and Samuel L. Jackson. 

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