Tom Hanks On Nepotism Controversy: “It’s A Family Business”

Tom Hanks believes that Mae West got it wrong. Goodness has something to do with it.

Hanks has jumped into the ongoing controversy over nepotism With some thoughts on Hollywood. In an interview with UK sun, Hanks – whose son Truman joins him in the new film a man called otto — stressed that Hollywood is no different from the plumbing supply business.

“Look, this is a family business,” Hanks said. “It’s what we’ve always been doing. All of our kids grew up in it. If we had a plumbing supply business or a flower shop down the street, the whole family would have been putting in time at some point. , even if it’s just inventory at the end of the year.”

Hanks said that talent ultimately determines how far you go.

“The one thing that doesn’t change no matter what happens, no matter what your last name is, is whether it works or not. That’s the point whenever any of us go out and 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. We have to work to make it a true and authentic experience for the viewers.