Tom Hanks will not screen his movie The Post for Donald Trump


We have to start voting, actually, before the election. Asked whether he would screen the film for the current president, Hanks told The Hollywood Reporter, “I don’t think I would. I would not have been able to imagine that we would be living in a country where neo-Nazis are doing torchlight parades in Charlottesville and jokes about Pocahontas are being made in front of the Navajo code talkers.”
“And individually, we have to decide when we take to the ramparts. Related News
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Published: December 22, 2017 5:17 pm

Hollywood actor Tom Hanks is not interested in inviting Donald Trump to the screening of his movie. Graham risked losing her newspaper and even prison time by defying then-president Richard Nixon and publishing the papers. So, I would probably vote not to go.”
The White House often screens films in its private theater in the East Wing, although there are no indications Trump had asked that The Post be shown. You may think, ‘You know what? I think now is the time.’ This is the moment where, in some ways, our personal choices are going to have to reflect our opinions. Hanks plays the newspaper’s then-editor, Ben Bradlee, who pushed publisher Graham to release the documents when the New York Times, which first started publishing the documents, was hit with an injunction. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App