Thoroughly enjoying her one-year acting sabbatical, Emma Watson is featured on the front page of the Women & Men issue of Esquire UK magazine.
As part of her focus on gender equality, the “Harry Potter” star explains she’s experienced sexism first-hand- "I've had my arse slapped as I've left a room. I've felt scared walking home. I've had people following me. I don't talk about these experiences much, because coming from me they'll sound like a huge deal and I don't want this to be about me, but most women I know have experienced it and worse."
He's known as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, but thanks to some clever editing, Tom Hanks stars in a new raunchy rap video.
Performed by Buckwheat Groats and appropriately titled "Tom Hanks" the video features the "Captain Phillips" star's head on other people's bodies as they engage in typical rap video activities like going to the strip club, sipping sizzup, and playing with firearms.
It may not come as a surprise, but Tom Hanks was officially named Forbes' Most Trustworthy Celebrity for 2014.
The "Captain Phillips" star soared to the top of the list in the E-Poll Market Research "which ranks more than 6,600 celebrities on 46 different personality attributes based on their polling data of Americans.”
Making her directional debut with an old friend, Meg Ryan is teaming up with Tom Hanks for her new coming-of-age movie entitled, "Ithaca."
The new flick releases as the film adaptation of William Saroyan's classic 1943 novel, "The Human Comedy," and the synopsis states that, "Homer Macauley is left at home in Ithaca, CA, to care for his mother, sister, and little brother, Ulysses, while his older brother fights in World War II."