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Heading out to the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, the stars of "Cloud Atlas" brought their revelry to their film's Los Angeles premiere on Wednesday night (October 24).
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Continuing his promotional tour for “Cloud Atlas,” Tom Hanks showed up at “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night (October 23).
The “Forrest Gump” legend was full of energy as he chatted with Jimmy about a recent text message and phone conversation with Bruce Springsteen.
Taking the Studio 8H stage, Bruno Mars was the host of yesterday’s (October 20) all-new installment of "Saturday Night Live."
Following a Tom Hanks spearheaded Cold Open, the 27-year-old Hawaiian singer-songwriter offered up a monologue in which faced his nerves head-on by opening the show with a musical number.
Stepping out to promote his new flick “Cloud Atlas,” Tom Hanks dropped by “Good Morning America” today (October 19).
The “Forrest Gump” star was having some fun with an accent he’s used when he accidentally blurted out the f-word.
It’s a common occurrence for big name celebrities and now Tom Hanks is the next incredible talent to step foot on the Broadway stage.
The “Forest Gump” star will make his Broadway debut in Nora Ephron’s “Lucky Guy,” which follows the career of notorious tabloid reporter Mike McAlary.
As kids around the world get their costumes ready for Halloween, there’s great news of a great show in the works for next year’s scary holiday!
Disney Pixar is said to be working on “Toy Story of Terror” for release in October 2013 as a television special.
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The promotional process is definitely underway for “Cloud Atlas,” and Warner Bros has just released two new spots for television.
The new clips come just after seven new banners hit the internet, creating increased buzz for the much-anticipated sci-fi drama.
For a film that follows several different interconnected stories that cross time periods from the past, present, and future, one movie poster is not enough.
Today, Warner Bros. Pictures released seven new banners for the upcoming film, "Cloud Atlas," which hits theaters on October 26.
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