"I just hope that the big guys who make big decisions up high in their corporate boardrooms and what not get down to honest bargaining and everyone can get back to work."United Hollywood thanks Tom for stating the issue so simply and resolutely. Let us all hope he is heard.
The star of box office hits "Forrest Gump" and "The Da Vinci Code", and twice a best actor Oscar winner, added that a shift in the way screenwriters were rewarded for their work was needed in the Internet age.
"The delivery systems, the revenue streams, just the very presentation media is now going to be a brand new place," he said in a brief interview on Thursday.
According to Reuters, actor Tom Hanks has firmly spoken out in favor of a fair deal for the striking WGA. Read the whole article here.