Tom Hanks has been complicit in the ongoing nepotism debate in Hollywood. a man named Otto The star takes the stance that he and other family members working in entertainment are creative businesses.
The actor was promoting an upcoming film that would see his son Truman play a younger version of Oscar-winning character Otto. and I produced a movie with my husband. Reuters (via Sun), in a video interview shared Wednesday, the actor described his four children, who he says are “very creative” and “involved in storytelling for every brand”. He explained his position on having him work in the same or adjacent industry.
“Look, this is a family business. If you have a business or run a flower shop down the street, even if it’s just stock at the end of the year, at some point your whole family will be there.”
Hanks has two children with his first wife, Colin and Elizabeth Hanks, and two other children with Wilson, Chet and Truman. Actors, producers, cinematographers, and musicians all work in the entertainment field to varying degrees. Hank said that regardless of his last name, what ultimately matters most to him and speaks loudest is the quality of their work.
“The one thing that doesn’t change is whether it works, whatever the last name is,” he said. “It matters whenever we try to tell a new story or create something that has a beginning and a middle and an end. It doesn’t matter what our last name is. It doesn’t matter.” We have to work to make it a truly authentic experience for the audience.”
For Hanks, “It’s a much bigger task than worrying about whether someone will try to hurt us.”
Hanks’ comments follow statements from other entertainment stars, including Jamie Lee Curtis, Kate Hudson, Lily Allen and most recently Allison Williams, daughter of famed journalist Brian Williams. girl, M3GAN When Get out actress represented by Vulture She knows she benefits from nepotism, and it hasn’t taken anything away from her job, according to an interview published Thursday. That’s it.
“All people want is the recognition that it’s not a level playing field. She continued.