Tag: Tom Hanks

The Inferno Cure: History Lessons that Are Not Punishingly Awful

Some suggestions about what else you might do if you’re hungry for some cultural edification but can’t stomach another two hours with Robert Langdon.

The Back Pages: Tom Tykwer and The Wachowskis’ “Cloud Atlas”

The 2012 film adaptation of David Mitchell’s grand story has its share of flaws, but it exceeds Mitchell’s work in the novel’s grandest ambition: being a moral work of art.

War of the Words: “Bridge of Spies” is All Talk—And That’s a Good Thing

Spielberg skips espionage thrills to focus on the drama found in decency

“Boyhood” Star Ellar Coltrane Joins Emma Watson and Tom Hanks in Film Adaptation of Dave Eggers’ “The Circle”

John Boyega, Karen Gillan, and Patton Oswalt have also signed up for the new movie.

WATCH: Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Coen Brothers Cold War Thriller “Bridge of Spies” Gets First Trailer

It’s been five years since Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg collaborated on 2010’s The Pacific, and now the longtime actor-director duo are being joined by Joel and Ethan…

Alicia Vikander Set to Star Alongside Tom Hanks (and Remain in a Dystopic Future) in an Adaptation of Dave Eggers’s “The Circle”

The “Ex Machina” star will once again find herself in the middle of a high-stakes Orwellian battle, just this time on the other side.


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