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Tom Hanks demands crowds ‘back the f**k off’ after wife Rita Wilson is nearly knocked over
supports HTML5 videoTom Hanks was forced to rush to protect his wife after she was nearly knocked over by people crowding her after they left a restaurant.Fans spotted the actor and his wife out in New York City, with the two of them heading back to a car.However, some people got a bit too close, with Tom seen accidentally colliding with one man in his path, while another crashed into Rita, causing her to stumble.‘Stop it,’ Rita said.‘Back the f**k off!’ Tom shouted. ‘Knocking over my wife?’Tom and Rita, both 65, were escorted into a car, as people could be heard apologising to him.The actor looked dapper in a black shirt and blue suit as he and Rita, who looked stunning in an all-black look, stepped out for dinner in New York.Meanwhile, the actor has been promoting his upcoming film Elvis, recently appearing in London and Sydney before heading home to the US.Elvis follows Presley (Austin Butler) as he rises to fame in the 1950s while maintaining a complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom). The biopic was filmed on the Gold Coast where the latest premiere was held, and Tom said ‘there [was] no better place in the world to make a motion picture’. ‘I’ve shot films in Morocco and Los Angeles and New York City and Seattle and in Berlin,’ he recently said.He added: ‘None of them have what the Gold Coast have, and what is that? Two words.
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Tom Hanks rages at fan to 'back the f**k up' as wife is almost knocked over
Hollywood actor Tom Hanks raged at a fan to "back the f**k up" after they almost knocked over his wife Rita Wilson.The 65-year-old was leaving a restaurant with his partner in New York when a gathering of rowdy fans started to form.Movie lovers were trying to get a snap of the star as they made their way to a car last night, although one fan got a little too close to the famous couple and caused Rita to stumble overForrest Gump star Tom then raged at the fan as he yelled at him to "back the f**k up".Tom continued to rage at the fan as he said: "Knocking over my wife?!”Some of the people at the scene tried to apologise to the star for what had just happened as a few shouted back: "Sorry about that Tom!” But Tom ignored one fan as he got into the car when they asked what he was doing out in New York with Rita.Before the commotion occurred, the Saving Private Ryan actor was enjoying a meal with his wife.The outing comes after the Hollywood actor sparked health concerns with his fans recently. While he was discussing his latest film, Elvis, his hands were spotted shaking while holding a microphone.Promoting the Baz Luhrmann movie in Sydney last week, the actor addressed the audience on stage as he clutched the microphone with his right hand.Speaking to the crowd he said: "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.
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'Back the f**k up' Tom Hanks rages at fan as wife is almost knocked over amid health fears
Tom Hanks raged at aggressive fans as he and his wife Rita Wilson were leaving a restaurant in midtown, New York City last night.The star told one fan to “back the f**k up” after the rowdy group of fans led to Rita stumbling over.  Tom and Rita were swarmed by movie lovers taking pictures of them as they made their way to a car in the US city last night.The movie star yelled at fans when they got so close to them that it caused Rita to trip.“Back the f**k up!” he yelled incredulously. “Knocking over my wife?!”“Sorry about that Tom!” a couple of the men present at the scene shouted to the movie star. “What are they doing out here?” another asked, as the star was helped into his car.Tom and Rita were enjoying dinner together last night before the altercation occurred. It comes after the Forrest Gump actor sparked health fears this week.Tom’s hands were spotted shaking while discussing his new film, Elvis.  The Hollywood star was promoting Baz Luhrmann's new biopic in Sydney this week. Addressing the audience on stage, Tom clutched a microphone with his right hand.He said: "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.
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Tom Hanks fans concerned after actor’s hands shake during Elvis screening in Australia
Fans of Tom Hanks have expressed concern after the actor was seen shaking at the latest screening of his new movie Elvis.The Forrest Gump actor made an appearance at the premiere of Baz Luhrmann’s biopic about late rock n’ roll icon Elvis Presley in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday. Elvis follows Presley (Austin Butler) as he rises to fame in the 1950s while maintaining a complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Hanks). The biopic was filmed on the Gold Coast where the latest premiere was held, and Hanks said ‘there [was] no better place in the world to make a motion picture’. ‘I’ve shot films in Morocco and Los Angeles and New York City and Seattle and in Berlin,’ he told the audience while holding a microphone. He added: ‘None of them have what the Gold Coast have, and what is that? Two words. None of those other cities have Dan Murphy.‘What a man, who I got to know quite well.’ Fans noticed in video footage obtained by the Mail Online that Hanks’ hands appeared to be shaking as he held the microphone and at times swapped it between hands. One tweeted: ‘Hope Tom Hanks is okay.’ Shutting down speculation, another fan wrote supportively: ‘God forbid it could just be adrenaline and nerves!’ Hanks went on to describe his months filming in Sydney as an ‘absolutely magnificent time’, despite the fact he was Down Under when he and wife Rita Wilson became the first celebrities to publicly reveal they had tested positive for Covid in March 2020. The Toy Story actor continued: ‘There is something about the people and the place of the Gold Coast that makes everyone walk around with a confident look on their face.
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Family blames 'addictive' Instagram for daughters eating disorder and sues Meta
Meta, formerly Facebook, has seen a family sue the company over their pre-teen daughter's eating disorder.The family believe Meta is to blame for the "addictive" personality of their teenage daughter, and their lawsuit against the billion dollar company has cited a series of leaked Facebook papers.Lawyers representing Alexis Spence claimed that her "addictive" use of Instagram had caused her to suffer from an eating disorder as well as suffering from self-harm and thoughts of suicide over several years.The lawsuit was filed by the family in California, America, with the US District Court and brings up buried Facebook papers as evidence.The case against Meta provided internal company documents that were leaked last year by an anonymous whistleblower, who disclosed thousands of internal files.Reportedly within the documents were files that related to Instagram research, which shows that the popular app had a significant mental health impact on teenage girls.The so-called Facebook Papers were used in evidence presented to the court, with the United States Securities Exchange Commission and Congress alleging last year that Instagram targeted tweens - generally seen as preadolescent children - and called them "herd animals".They also alleged at the time that Facebook was utilising Instagram as a target for teenagers who wanted "to find communities where they can fit in."A case was filed by Social Media Victims Law Center, a Seattle-based group that advocates for the families of teenagers harmed online.
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