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Tom Hanks Recalls When Nobody Wanted to Work For Disney

Tom Hanks explained why he was hired for the 1984 film, Splash.

The 66-year-old actor starred in the film alongside Daryl Hannah and was directed by Ron Howard.

Tom had recently had a role on Happy Days, which Ron Howard also worked on but had moved on.

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Is There an 'A Man Called Otto' End Credits Scene? Details Revealed!

Tom Hanks‘ movie A Man Called Otto has been in theaters for the past few weeks in limited release and now it’s in theaters all across the country!

Fans who are checking out the movie will likely want to know if they should stick around after the credits for an additional scene. Many movies these days, especially ones that are part of a franchise, will include extra footage at the end to tease future installments or to give audiences some bonus content.

So, do you need to stick around after A Man Called Otto?

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'Elvis' Star Tom Hanks & Wife Rita Wilson Release Touching Statement After Lisa Marie Presley's Death

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are speaking out with a touching statement following the death of Lisa Marie Presley.

Tom starred in the new movie Elvis as Colonel Tom Parker, the longtime manager of the late entertainer. While working on the film, he and Rita got to spend a lot of time with the Presley family.

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Tom Hanks Elaborates on His 'Nepo Baby' Opinion

Tom Hanks explained more of his opinion on the “nepo baby” debate while at the New York City premiere of his new film, A Man Called Otto.

The 66-year-old Forrest Gump actor had previously talks about the “family business” of entertainment, which his four kids are all involved in. He and his wife Rita Wilson have Colin, Elizabeth, Chet, and Truman Hanks.

“The shoe industry is a family business. The car industry is a family business,” Tom began.

“I think my kids are all like Renaissance artists, you know? [They] are good at whatever they choose to be. But the question here is, can you make it stick?” Tom told ET. “You’ve got to have a passion, you’ve got to have a drive. And yeah, our household has existed in the company town that is Los Angeles.”

His son Truman Hanks stars as a young Otto Anderson in A Man Called Otto.

“Now, without a doubt, we had a director who said, ‘Well, why can’t your kid play you at an early age?’ And that would make sense because we do resemble each other a lot,” Tom said of his son. “But the final analysis is the person has to show up on the day and hit the marks and tell the truth. Only he can make that decision. It was totally up to him.”

Tom also shared that he is about to celebrate his 30th anniversary with Rita Wilson.

Tom and his son Truman attended the premiere of A Man Called Otto in London.

Tom Hanks Poses With Smeagol The Cat at 'A Man Called Otto' Screening in NYC

Smeagol the cat is getting his red carpet moment!

The feline actor posed with his human co-star Tom Hanks at the screening of A Man Called Otto held at Dot Dash Meredith on Monday night (January 9) in New York City.

Smeagol (which rhymes with bagel) stars as Tom‘s character’s companion in the big screen movie.

“We had 8 weeks of preparation once we received the script and saw some of the actions that they required to prep him and train him to do those actions,” Smeagol‘s trainer Brittany Long shared in a recent interview. “The hardest thing about that was a lot of it was outside and during very very cold months of the year.”

Tom and Smeagol were joined at the screening by their co-stars, Rita Wilson, Mariana Trevino, Alessandra Perez, Rachel Keller, Christiana Montoya, Truman Hanks, Kelly Lamor Wilson, Mack Bayda and director Marc Forster.

A Man Called Otto will be out in theaters on Friday, January 13.

If you missed it, Tom is one of the latest celebs to weigh in on the nepotism debate in Hollywood. Here’s what he said…

FYI: Kelly is wearing a white Brunello Cucinelli suit, Alevi sandals, Nadri earrings, Lady Grey ring, Melinda Maria ring, Hirotaka ear cuffs and rings, Mango coat, and Rodo bag.

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Every Celeb Who Has Commented on the 'Nepo Baby' Debate, Including Several Children of Big Stars

One of the biggest topics of conversation in pop culture these past few weeks has been the “nepo babies” debate.

It all started after New York Magazine released its cover story, which featured the faces of A-list celebs pasted onto the bodies of babies… all because they are the children of famous stars.

The cover included Dakota Johnson, John David Washington, Jack Quaid, Maude Apatow, Lily-Rose Depp, Ben Platt, Maya Hawke, and Zoe Kravitz.

The article also pointed out so many more celebs who have parents, siblings, or other relatives in the business, seemingly making it easier for them to have access to opportunities that other people did not have.

Lots of stars have been speaking out on the topic. We’ve also included some quotes from celebs that were made in recent weeks.

Click through the slideshow to see every celeb who has commented on the “nepo baby” debate…

Tom Hanks Weighs In on 'Nepo Baby' Debate & The 'Family Business' of Entertainment

Tom Hanks is the latest star to address the conversation about nepotism.

While promoting his new movie A Man Called Otto, the 66-year-old Oscar-winning actor shared his thoughts on the “nepo baby” debate and talked about the “family business” of entertainment, which his four kids – Colin, Elizabeth, Chet, and Truman Hanks – are all involved in.

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