Tom Hanks tested positive for COVID-19 as he was about to start shooting for Baz Luhrmann’s yet-untitled Elvis Presley biopic in Australia.
Hollywood actor Tom Hanks lately opened up about his ride with coronavirus. Hanks and his wife, actor Rita Wilson have been among the first celebrities to come out and discuss their trip with COVID-19. While speaking to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, Hanks stated that his bones “felt like they have been made of soda crackers.”
Hanks tested nice for COVID-19 as he used to be about to begin capturing for Baz Luhrmann’s yet-untitled Elvis Presley biopic in Australia.
Earlier, Tom Hanks had recounted his COVID-19 experience and said that though each he and his spouse suffered, Rita’s circumstance was worse. On The National Defense Radio Show, Hanks had said, “Rita went through a more difficult time than I did. She had an awful lot greater fever. She had misplaced her sense of taste and experience of smell. She acquired actually no pleasure from food for a better section of three weeks.”
Hanks was once closing considered in the war movie Greyhound, directed via Aaron Schneider. The Indian Express movie critic Shubhra Gupta gave the movie three stars and wrote, “You want the crew was more detailed; a back-story or two would have been nice. Except for an African-American head chef (Morgan) who maintains following the captain round with small-meals-on-trays that he (the captain) manages by no means to eat, a skillful tracker (Graham) of enemy subs below the cold, greywater (the film is nearly wholly grey, various the palette with blue and black), and a couple of younger ones who exchange fearful glances when their captain appears to be taking his time to veer away from danger, the others are simply a series of faces.”