Talk show appearances : videos
December 18, 2013 - 0 comment
Tom Hanks was a guest on several talk shows recently to talk about Captain Phillips and to promote Saving Mr Banks which is already shown in selected theaters. The nationwide release date for the Disney movie is December 20.
We've added the appearances on Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen DeGeneres and Conan in our videos. You can click on the thumbnails below to access the respective video. Enjoy!
Jonathan Ross & Colbert Report : videos
October 13, 2013 - 0 comment
Tom Hanks is promoting his new movie Captain Phillips all over the world and he's currently in London, England where the movie opened the 57th BFI London Film Festival. We'll have more on that in an upcoming update.
While in London, Tom Hanks was a guest on The Jonathan Ross Show and proved he still has some skills when it comes to playing the piano... He was joined by former co-star Sandra Bullock (Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close) to do the piano chopsticks from his 1988 movie Big.
Tom Hanks was also on The Colbert Report last Wednesday, where they showed an exclusive clip from the movie. You can watch and download the interview in our videos.
Tom Hanks on Letterman and other interviews
October 08, 2013 - 1 comment
That's an event you never want to miss: Tom Hanks was on The Late Show With David Letterman last night to promote Captain Phillips which will hit theaters this friday. Based on all his previous appearances on the talk show, it's a well-known fact that Tom Hanks always gives an entertaining interview while chatting with David Letterman. He did it again last night! We've added the 23-minute interveiw in our video (it may take a while to load), as well as his appearance on the morning show Live with Kelly & Michael.
Tom Hanks also paid The Nerdist a second visit for another one-hour interview. He was also on NPR's Fresh Air with director Paul Greengrass. You can listen to both of these interviews in our audio clips.
Mark your calendar: Tom Hanks will be on The Colbert Report on October 9 (tomorrow, that is). The show airs on Comedy Central at 11:30pm / 10:30 Central.