They can’t all be hits.
Thanks a bunch, Al Qaeda.
Two new additions to ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ round out an already impressive cast
Everything’s coming up John Goodman. His stint as a professor who loves the crap out of New Orleans on “Treme,” has served as a springboard to make us all go, “Oh yeah. John Goodman.”
Tom Hanks is considered one of the "nicest" guys in Hollywood. Sandra Bullock has the same "nice guy" image, but with a vaginal twist. Now comes word the pair may star in Stephen Daldry's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, thereby creating an overwhelming pile of nice-ness unlike anything the world has ever seen.
As if that wasn't nice enough, Eric Roth is adapting the script, which tells the story of a young boy who lost his father on September 11th. Terrorist attacks aren't very nice, but considering Roth also adapted the screenplay for a little movie called Forrest Gump, this film will probably be oozing with so much niceness that I'll have to punch my grandma in the face just to even things out.
I love you, Nana. (First Showing)