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Tom Hanks, who is shooting in Australia for the film, gave a brief look at the new look when he joined Graham Norton for a New Year's Eve extraordinary

Hollywood star Tom Hanks has revealed an all-new uncovered hair style, for his part of Colonel Tom Parker in the forthcoming untitled Elvis Presley film, and he says it is appalling. 

The entertainer, who is shooting in Australia for the film, gave a brief look at the new look when he joined Graham Norton for a New Year's Eve extraordinary, reports etcanada.com. 
The entertainer, who's taking pictures in Australia for the film, gave a brief look at the fresh out of the box new look when he joined Graham Norton for a New Year's Eve specific, examines etcanada.com. 

"I am chipping away at Baz Luhrmann's film about Elvis Presley, and Austin Butler is playing Elvis Presley. Furthermore, here let me show you the ghastly hair style I must have to depict Colonel Tom Parker," Hanks referenced as he joined the present pretty much. 
Zack Snyder added, “Even when I was doing Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Justice League, there were DC animated films that had nothing to do with what we were doing, and there were DC TV shows that had nothing to do with what we were doing, and there was no way to seam those up without alienating a giant fandom by saying ‘your Flash doesn’t count’ or ‘your animated show doesn’t mean anything’.”

“I think that Marvel, they’ve built over a long period of time, so by the time they got to their later movies, everything had kinda locked in, and it was all sort of moving in the same direction. But that was just never going to happen with DC because the DC TV shows were so popular and because their animated shows were so popular. I mean that was a success that they had. So there was no way that those things were going to ever like, ‘Okay, we’re going to say those things don’t exist now, and it’s this’. And I think there was that thinking for a while, but I’m glad that it kind of settled into a much more diverse approach,” concluded Zack Snyder on Marvel Vs DC debate.

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