Fans fear for Tom Hanks after he can't stop his hand shaking at Elvis premiere | The Sun
TOM Hanks has sparked concern among his fans after his arm was seen shaking at the premiere of his new film.
A video shows the 65-year-old seemingly unable to control his movement while on stage in Gold Coast, Australia, where he filmed Baz Luhrman’s new film Elvis.
The actor, who plays Elvis’ manager in the movie, could be seen clasping the microphone as he spoke.
He told the crowd: “There is no better place in the world to make a motion picture than right here on the Gold Coast.
“I've shot films in Morocco and Los Angeles and New York City and Seattle and in Berlin.
“None of them have what the Gold Coast have, and what is that? Two words. None of those other cities have Dan Murphy.”
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Dan Murphy is an alcohol shop in Australia.
He jokingly added: “What a man, who I got to know quite well.”
The Sun has contacted Tom’s rep for comment.
Elvis tells the story of the singer’s rise – from discovering gospel music as a child to achieving global superstardom in his 20s – all as seen through the eyes of his domineering manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks).
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Parker, who managed Elvis (played by Austin Butler) for more than two decades, was a fraud who made up his military title and tied the singer into a Las Vegas residency so he could pay off casino debts.
The film delves into how Parker exploited the star, telling him in one scene: “Without me, there would be no Elvis Presley.”
It also looks at Elvis’s relationship with his ex-wife Priscilla Presley, who has praised the depiction of her former husband.
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The story is set against the backdrop of a changing cultural landscape in America from the 1950s to 1970s.
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