Tom Hanks talks about the bad reviews of his first book by reviewers.
Tom Hanks finally talked about the bad reviews of his first book, The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece.
In a new interview with BBC on May 9, the star from Saving Ryan talked about how he didn’t think the reviews were fair.
The Sleepless in Seattle actor said that he is “unapologetic” because the “book will live or die based on its own ability to entertain and educate an audience.”
The character in The Terminal said he could “handle any criticism” because his “day job as a movie star” helped him do so.
“I’ve grown stronger when I’ve been really torn apart,” the Cast Away star said.
Tom’s book is based on “a wildly ambitious story of the making of a huge, star-studded, multimillion-dollar superhero action film and the humble comic book that started it all,” according to the official summary.
Tom Hanks talks about the bad reviews of his first book.
Before, the book didn’t meet the expectations of the critics.
The Sunday Times is a newspaper. David Sexton called the book “Hanks Mansplains Movie-Making”
The Observer’s Tim Adams said, “The book captures the monotony of Hollywood, but it doesn’t have his ability to bring characters to life on screen.”
Alexandra Jacobs of The New York Times said, “The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece sags under a deluge of details. It is a whimsical account of the making of a Marvel-style movie.”