Tom Hanks believes ‘Road to Perdition’ was an ‘incredibly important’ part of his career.
The 66-year-old actor won Oscars for classic films Philadelphia and Forrest Gump, but fans often overlooked the 2002 crime drama in which he played Depression-era mob boss Michael Sullivan. But I believe this photo is important because I ended up working with Fantastic Beasts’ Jude Law and James Bond actor Daniel Craig.
On Cinema Blend’s “Reel Blend” podcast, he said: And it was an incredibly important movie to me. Shot by Conrad Hall, it shows me in the hated ‘Don Mustache’, but also his two men who, along with Jude, have become the biggest names in the history of the film industry. I’m here.law and [Daniel] Craig. and killed them both. ”
But the ‘Cast Away’ star said ‘Road to Perdition’ could be an ‘obscure’ piece of cinema history, one day fans will ‘revisit’ it in the decades to come. I am predicting.
He added: As a guy who watches Turner classic films a lot, the 1940s or his 1950s films are as good as obscure and unknown. It’s Crackerjack, it’s incredibly moving, and all I can think of is, ‘I’m so glad this movie lasted forever, so I got the chance to revisit it now. It might be the case with To Perdition.”