OMG! Tom Hanks shaved his head for an upcoming function and he isn’t a fan of the brand new look.
On Tuesday, December 29, the 64-year-old actor nearly stopped by The Graham Norton Present carrying glasses and a baseball hat. Because it seems, the cap was a specific option to cowl up his shaved head.
When he began to speak about filming Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming biopic about Elvis Presley, by which he performs Presley’s supervisor Colonel Tom Parker, he took off his hat to showcase the new ‘do.
“Let me present you the horrible haircut I’ve to have so as to painting Colonel Tom Parker,” the award-winning actor stated. “Try this horrible … Do you see that? Have a look at that factor?”
As he ducked down to indicate off the entire thing, he joked, “I simply scared the youngsters. I need to apologize.”
That is the second time the Forrest Gump star has bashed the look. Again in April, he appeared on Saturday Night Live, the place he felt the necessity to clarify his bald head. “Don’t fear now, don’t be afraid,” he informed the viewers. “This shaved head was only for a film and my hair is rising again very slowly. It does save time within the bathe, so I don’t know possibly we should always all do it, huh?”
The movie, which is being shot in Australia, initially shut down manufacturing in March because the COVID-19 pandemic started to unfold. Each Hanks and his spouse, Rita Wilson, examined constructive for the virus and have been briefly hospitalized.
“@ritawilson and I are down right here in Australia. We felt a bit drained, like we had colds, and a few physique aches. Rita had some chills that got here and went. Slight fevers too,” the Toy Story star defined in an Instagram in March. “To play issues proper, as is required on this planet proper now, we have been examined for the Coronavirus, and have been discovered to be constructive.”
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