You may have heard about how nice Tom Hanks is. And awesome. Now we have some (more) video evidence.
When Sarah Moretti, a die-hard fan with autism, visited backstage at his show “Lucky Guy” on Broadway, Tom took time out to make sure she knew how special she was.
Tom flipped through a scrapbook Sarah made just for him, featuring snippets of his career, pictures with wife Rita Wilson and more, saying: “Sarah, this is so great! My mom doesn’t have something like this!”
It’s beautiful and lovely and we hate to say it, but we kind of have faith in humanity again. Check out one more video here.
Sandra Bullock was still making the media rounds this weekend to promote “Gravity,” even though it held it’s #1 spot at the box office and really doesn’t need any help. Mostly, people just really enjoy seeing Sandra Bullock doing anything. And when she appeared on “The Jonathan Ross Show,” the conversation turned to rapping – which happens to be one more thing she’s amazing at.
Sandra told the story about how she memorized Sugar Hill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight” in high school to impress a boy (it worked), and everyone was curious as to whether she still knew it. She did, and it’s awesome.
Even Tom Hanks – who probably secretly fostered resentment because “Captain Phillips” couldn’t top her movie – couldn’t help but smile and applaud. (We all know how bitter and angry Tom Hanks normally is.)
The only logical conclusion to this is a full on rap battle with Gwynnie P.