Tom Hanks, 66, shares he’s only done about four “pretty good” movies

Tom Hanks has appeared in a staggering 85 films in his 50-year career.

And this week, the 66-year-old actor shared that he thinks only about four of them are “pretty good.” But the Hollywood heavy refused to name her.

Some of his top films were Big, Sleepless In Seattle, Forrest Gump, Philadelphia, Saving Private Ryan, You’ve Got Mail, Cast Away, A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood and Elvis. His next film is Pinocchio.

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He has his top picks: Tom Hanks shared that he thinks only about four of them are “pretty good.” But the Hollywood heavy refused to name her Hanks, far right, with Meg Ryan and Ross Malinger in Sleepless in Seattle in 1993

“I’ve done a lot of films and four of them are pretty good I think and I’m still amazed at how films come together. From a flickering idea to the flickering image on screen, the whole process is a miracle,” he told People.

He has been promoting his new book, The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece, due out May 9, 2023. The book features comics written by Hanks.

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He also said his novel was based on the “important lessons” he learned while trying to make it in Hollywood — and stay on top.

Wartime: Hanks, right, with Tom Sizemore in Saving Private Ryan in 1998

Author Hanks: “I’ve done a lot of movies and four of them are pretty good I think, and I’m still amazed at how movies come together. From a flickering idea to the flickering image on screen, the whole process is a miracle,” he shared with People. seen in Washington DC last week

It’s about the movie business and the making of a “colossal, star-studded, multi-million dollar superhero action film and the humble comic book that inspired it,” according to the official synopsis.

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There are many of his own life lessons in the novel.

“Each character in the book does something that I experienced while making a movie, discovered a philosophy, or learned an important lesson.

“Even the silly moments are some kind of stunt I pulled or a mistake I survived,” he shared with the site.

“The source for a film can go back as many years as there are in history. A story revolves around a single moment in someone’s life, then all the anecdotes of the current day magnify that moment,” Hanks explained.

“Going back to 1947 makes sense, just as it would have started in, say, 1559. Human longing has proven to be timeless.

“Nobody knows how a film is made – although everyone thinks they know,” he added. “I’ve done a lot of films (and four of them are pretty good I think) and I’m still amazed at how films come together. From a flickering idea to the flickering image on screen, the whole process is a miracle.”

A cute one: He also played Mr Rogers in 2019’s A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

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New: Hanks plays Geppetto with an animated Pinocchio; The film was released this month

The Reading: The book is titled The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece and will be released on May 9, 2023

The star is an “extremely difficult” male actor. There’s also a “wonderful” leading lady.

And of course an “eccentric” director.

The making of another great motion picture masterpiece spans several decades.

So it also takes a look at how American culture has changed. He goes back to World War II. One section focuses on 1947 and a soldier’s father who inspired his five-year-old son.

In the 1970s, the boy writes a comic. And in this day and age, the man is trying to turn his comic book into a big-budget superhero movie.

He has a beauty at home: With his stunning actress wife Rita Wilson in 2020

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