Tom Hanks, a Hollywood veteran with an impressive body of work, has had his fair share of unforgettable experiences on movie sets.
However, one particular encounter stands out am
In a recent interview, Hanks revealed the fascinating and, at times, intimidating world of collaborating with Eastwood
ong the rest – working with the iconic director, Clint Eastwood.
Eastwood’s Unique Style and Intimidating Presence
In the film “Sully: Miracle on the Hudson,” Tom Hanks portrayed the role of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and received numerous accolades for his performance. However, his experience on set was far from ordinary. During an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Hanks opened up about feeling intimidated by Eastwood and his distinctive directing approach.
Describing Eastwood’s quiet demeanor and unconventional way of giving instructions, Hanks drew a fascinating parallel between the director’s experiences on the 60s series ‘Rawhide’ and handling horses.
Instead of the traditional “Cut!” command, Eastwood preferred a gentle approach, which Hanks humorously mentioned can be quite intimidating when he tells the cast, “That’s enough of that.” Despite the challenges, Hanks acknowledged Eastwood’s desire for authenticity in capturing the reality of the moment
The Quest for Authenticity: Tom Hanks’ Appreciation for Clint Eastwood
While discussing his work on The Graham Norton Show, Tom Hanks praised the authenticity of the film and expressed his gratitude and respect for Clint Eastwood’s dedication to creating a masterpiece. Notably, the real-life Sully, Chesley Sullenberger, played an active role in the production process.
Hanks shared how deeply involved Sullenberger was, bringing in a dog-eared, marked-up script filled with notes and comments. This meticulous attention to detail showcased Sully’s commitment to accurately portraying the procedures and emotions of the extraordinary event. It was this level of dedication that made Hanks truly appreciate the opportunity to be a part of such a significant project.
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