‘If Donald Trump wins, it’s a dark day for Planet Earth’
Whether playing Robert Langdon in Inferno or congratulating newlyweds in Central Park as himself, Tom Hanks is the epitome of humility and talent. But the Oscar-winner says he’s just lucky not to be making snow globes
Two days before I’m set to meet Tom Hanks, there’s a curious coincidence. At Letters Live, a charity event in London where well-known faces read out missives written by the famous and otherwise, one letter comes from a 17-year-old – penned to George Roy Hill, the director of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It was written in 1974, just after Hill won the Oscar for The Sting – and the author? One Thomas J...
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