Tom Hanks goes for a walk.

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Movie Talk' started by Alan Castillo, May 16, 2012.

  1. Alan Castillo

    Alan Castillo Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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  2. Nwerke

    Nwerke Master Member

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    Awww man, the Azure Window collapsed? I hate the inevitable doomedess of coastal erosional landmarks.
  3. jedimaster

    jedimaster Sr Member

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    Tell the Git in the red hat to move out the way!..... Look at the * on that chick.
  4. MelMWells

    MelMWells Active Member

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    What actor doesn't enjoy the attention when it all comes down to it? lol...I LOVE Tom Hanks and I LOVE that he's friendly and smiles when being photographed, instead of being grumpy and mean about it...(y)thumbsup:thumbsup
  5. Tk-Devo

    Tk-Devo Well-Known Member

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    Tom Hanks is great, but his son is a dick, I ran into him in San Diego one time and a buddy of mine asked if he wouldn't mind taking a photo with him, and he refused saying he would get mobbed by people wanting photos if he took one..... We were the only people around.
  6. Roland

    Roland Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    The article says: "A-list actors are known to be free from paparazzi harassment in Malta".

    And who made that photo? :confused
  7. jonny5

    jonny5 Sr Member

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    I can sorta relate to this from the celebrity side. When I'm on my way to an event with R2D2 trying to get from the car into the event, people will stop him on the street for a 'quick photo'.

    99% of people are polite, and I usually conceede, because well... that's precisely why I bring him out. However, it sometimes happens that I am running late for a hard start time at a paid event, and 'quick photo' for one or two people out on the street is often treated as kind of casual by the fans. No one is ever in a big rush to get back to what they were doing before, and I really don't want to come off as rude.

    One shot becomes two, then three, or five each among multiple cameras. And then they start asking questions, (Always with the same questions!) Really, if it takes longer than 15 seconds other people will be drawn to the noise and commotion and the next thing you know you have a crowd.

    Once a crowd forms you're there for a good half hour or more.
  8. NormanF

    NormanF Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    When I was in college I worked at a small restaurant and a couple of times each summer John Stamos would come in and his only disguise was a baseball cap. This was back when he was still doing "Full House".

    I think part of it is if you do not expect to see someone then you don't notice them. Back in '95 I was visiting California and we went to DisneyLand. I literally almost knocked Spielberg over when I was getting off the tea cups. I thought, "wait, was that Steven Spielberg?" Got my camera from a friend who was holding it and got a picture of him pushing a stroller, and Kate Capshaw and Rob Reiner talking to their Disney escort by the Materhorn. Nobody else seem to even notice them.
  9. Idaho Jones

    Idaho Jones Well-Known Member

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    Which son?
  10. Alan Castillo

    Alan Castillo Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    One photo from a distance, and him being totally alone, hardly constitutes paparazzi harassment :lol
  11. TheNickFox

    TheNickFox Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I was an extra in the movie Philadelphia, and I can say that Tom Hanks is one of the nicest guys in the least when you're 5 as I was. :lol

    Hopefully he enjoys the rest of his stay free from too many more prying eyes.


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