Monday, October 14, 2013

Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock Reenact Classic 'Big' Chop Stick Scene

Posted By on Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 1:00 PM

Jonathan Ross is the David Letterman and Larry King of Britain. No one in the US knows who Ross is unless you're a comic book fan and watched In Search of Steve Ditko BBC documentary or read his work. I got to attend a panel where Ross interview Robert Kirkman, Ed Brubaker and John Layman at last year's San Diego Comic-Con. It's the closest thing to watching The Jonathan Ross Show live I'll ever get.

Ross recently had Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock on his show, and they were in for a Big surprise.

I haven't seen Gravity or Captain Phillips, but this makes me want to re-watch Big for the millionth time. Hanks doesn't have his young 1988 Big body, but he can still carry a tune with his toes. I'd love to be held captive in a runaway bus or get lost in space with Sandra Bullock any day. 

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