They were so bogus, it was kind of foul.” Rita added, “Insulting.” Tom playing symbologist Robert Langdon for a third time in “Inferno.” He shared, “In this case, there's something very current you can discuss — it’s about overpopulation.” Over the weekend, Hanks impersonated the movie’s director, Ron Howard, when he hosted “SNL.” Though Ron wasn’t quite sold on the impression, Tom on the other hand, felt different, joking he was "dead-solid perfect.” The couple, Hillary Clinton supporters, admitted they are getting a little tired of the political climate.
Rita explained, “Not because of Hillary, but because of the other candidate…
"I'm not going to say," Wilson joked when asked what the two had planned. "We have top secret plans that are going to set the world on fire," he added.Last night, “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson caught up with Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson at the premiere of his film “Inferno” in Hollywood, where they took on tabloid rumors that they are planning to divorce.The pair has been married for 28 years and explained why it was important for them to earn rare retractions from the magazines.Just before their 28th anniversary last year, Hanks told that he had been nervous to start a relationship with Wilson."I told her long ago, 'If you and I were at the same high school I wouldn't have had the courage to speak to you,'" Hanks said at the time.
Tom, 60, and Rita, 59, looked like they had been enjoying the sun as they both showed off slight tans.