Though he starred in at least 85 films throughout his glittering career, Tom Hanks thinks only four of those movies are “pretty good.”
The two-time Oscar winner, 66, is considered one of Hollywood’s greatest actors but insists only a handful of films he’s made in the last 30 years are actually good.
“No one knows how a movie is made – though everyone thinks they do,” he told the outlet.
“I’ve made a ton of movies, and four of them are pretty good, I think, and I’m still amazed at how films come together. From a flicker of an idea to the flickering image onscreen, the whole process is a miracle.”
Hanks did not divulge which of the four films he was referring to.
The actor first emerged on the scene in the 1980s, when he landed roles in “Splash!,” “The ‘Burbs,” and “Big” – for which he received an Oscar nomination.
But his life changed forever after he won his first Academy Award in 1994 for “Philadelphia.” He took home another Oscar the following year for his role in “Forrest Gump.”
He was nominated an additional three times in later years.
The actor’s other notable credits include two “Toy Story” films, “You’ve Got Mail,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “The Green Mile,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Cast Away,” and “Road To Perdition.”
Most recently, Hanks appeared in Baz Lurhmann’s “Elvis” alongside Austin Butler.