Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks realizes he identifies more with movies like Forrest Gump, Toy Story, Splash, Saving Private Ryan and Philadelphia, but there’s one he wishes he had more love for.

“For one reason or another, no one refers to Road to Perdition,” lamented the 66-year-old from Cali. ReelBlend Podcast by CinemaBlend last Friday.

“And that was an incredibly important movie for me.”

Legacy: Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks realizes he's more identified with movies like Forrest Gump, Toy Story, Splash, Saving Private Ryan, and Philadelphia, but there's one he'd like to have more love for.

Legacy: Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks realizes he’s more identified with movies like Forrest Gump, Toy Story, Splash, Saving Private Ryan, and Philadelphia, but there’s one he’d like to have more love for.

The 66-year-old Cali-born man lamented on CinemaBlend's ReelBlend podcast last Friday:

The Cali-born 66-year-old lamented on CinemaBlend’s ReelBlend podcast last Friday: “For one reason or another, no one references Road to Perdition, and that was an incredibly important movie for me.”

It’s been over a decade since Tom played the 1931 thug Michael Sullivan in Sam Mendes’ critically acclaimed crime drama, which amassed $183.4 million on a budget of $80 million.

“You’ve got me, ‘Mr. Mustache,’ wearing a hat,” Hanks joked about his facial hair.

“But you also have two guys who happened to be two of the biggest movie presences in the history of the industry with Jude Law and [Daniel] Craig. Y [my character] they killed both [their characters]!’

The producer and star of A Man Called Otto did not receive any nominations for the role, but the late Paul Newman received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for playing John Rooney and the late Conrad L. Hall won a posthumous Oscar for Best Photography.

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‘You’ve got me, ‘Don Mustache’ with a hat on, in’: It’s been over a decade since Tom played 1931 mob hitman Michael Sullivan in Sam Mendes’ critically acclaimed crime drama (L) , which came to accumulate $183.4 million of a budget of $80 million

Hanks said:

Y [my character] they killed both [their characters]!'  Jude Law in Road to Perdition

Hanks said, “You also have two guys who happened to be two of the biggest movie presences in the history of the industry with Jude Law (R) and [Daniel] Craig (left). Y [my character] they killed both [their characters]!’

Underrated: The producer and star of A Man Called Otto received no nominations for the role, but the late Paul Newman (L) received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for playing John Rooney and the late Conrad L. Hall won a Posthumous Oscar for Best Cinematography

Underrated: The producer and star of A Man Called Otto received no nominations for the role, but the late Paul Newman (L) received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for playing John Rooney and the late Conrad L. Hall won a Posthumous Oscar for Best Cinematography

Tom explained:

Tom explained: “It’s all about logic to me, and the logic of [my character] Michael Sullivan, I think, is impeccable. The logic of everything he does and how he says it and how he experiences things and sees them for the first time, that’s high country as far as I’m concerned.

For me everything is a matter of logic, and the logic of [my character] I think Michael Sullivan is impeccable,” Tom explained.

“The logic of everything he does and how he says it and how he experiences things and sees them for the first time, that’s high country as far as I’m concerned. It doesn’t matter if it’s been seen as a “hit” in quotes, it’s in the spirit of the times and that’s all that matters.

It was Steven Spielberg who originally sent Hanks a copy of Max Allan Collins’ 1998 graphic novel while he was filming Cast Away, and he agreed to play the role after reading David Self’s script.

When the Pinocchio star, who “watches a lot of classic Turner movies,” dies, he hopes Road to Perdition will be included in movie retrospectives of his career.

Hanks continued: It doesn't matter if it's been seen as a date on a date.

Hanks continued: It doesn’t matter if it’s been seen as an unquote “hit,” it’s in the spirit of the times and that’s all that matters.

Classic: When the star of Pinocchio, who

Classic: When the star of Pinocchio, who “watches a lot of classic Turner movies,” dies, he hopes Road to Perdition will be included in movie retrospectives of his career.

Tom said:

Tom said, “I’d say Road to Perdition would be one of those where I’d just have to say, ‘Please look at the quiet here.'”

Watch now!  The DreamWorks Pictures father-son film, also starring Tyler Hoechlin, Stanley Tucci and Jennifer Jason Leigh, is currently streaming on Netflix.

Watch now! The DreamWorks Pictures father-son film, also starring Tyler Hoechlin, Stanley Tucci and Jennifer Jason Leigh, is currently streaming on Netflix.

“If someone else picks the movies, it would just be the hits, you know, the ones that show every Christmas,” Tom said.

“There are a number of things that I would say I have to go back to and go deeper into the realm of what I thought was presence and authenticity that was very, very particular to those specific characters in those specific movies… I would say Road to doom would be one of those where you would simply have to say, “Please look at the silence here.”

The DreamWorks Pictures father-son film, also starring Tyler Hoechlin, Stanley Tucci and Jennifer Jason Leigh, is currently streaming on Netflix.

Sticky: Hanks also said he wants his 1996 directorial debut That Thing You Do!, in which he played a 1964 boy band manager, Mr. White, included in his film retrospective.

Sticky: Hanks also said he wants his 1996 directorial debut That Thing You Do!, in which he played a 1964 boy band manager, Mr. White, included in his film retrospective.

Hanks also said he wants his 1996 feature directorial debut That Thing You Do!, in which he played 1964 boy band manager Mr. White, to be included in his film retrospective.

The Elvis actor will next executive produce the nine-episode Apple TV+ miniseries Masters of the Air, starring Austin Butler, about the Eighth Air Force of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

As for acting, Tom will also produce and star in Robert Zemeckis’ one-room drama Here, as well as Wes Anderson’s 1955 romantic comedy Asteroid City, which hits US theaters June 13.

Very soon!  The Elvis actor will next executive produce the nine-episode Apple TV+ miniseries Masters of the Air, starring Austin Butler (right), about the Eighth Air Force of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II World.

Very soon! The Elvis actor will next executive produce the nine-episode Apple TV+ miniseries Masters of the Air, starring Austin Butler (right), about the Eighth Air Force of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II World.

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