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Tom Hanks covers his face with a green bandana as he ventures outside

by Earnest Molinari (2020-12-19)


He's famously one of the first celebrities to contract -and subsequently recover from- COVID-19. 

But even so, Tom Hanks wasn't willing to take any chances, with the Forrest Gump star covering his face with a green bandana when he ventured out in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The protective garment matched the 63-year-old Oscar winner's green T-shirt, as he hopped into his car to run errands.






Once bitten: Despite having already beaten COVID-19, Tom Hanks wasn't willing to take any chances on Wednesday, with the Forrest Gump star covering his face with a green bandana when he ventured out in Los Angeles


The Catch Me If You Can star also wore dark trousers and a pair of leather loafers. 

The outing comes just weeks after Hanks revealed that he is donating plasma containing COVID-19 antibodies to help researchers develop a vaccine for the virus.






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Hanks was the first celebrity to share publicly in March that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

He and wife Rita Wilson, also positive, were hospitalized in Australia where they were treated for the coronavirus and ultimately recovered. 


















Color theme: The protective garment matched the 63-year-old Oscar winner's green T-shirt, as he hopped into his car to run errands







Greyhound: Also on Wednesday, news broke that the actor's latest film would bypass theaters altogether, opting instead for a streaming debut


Also on Wednesday, news broke that the actor's latest film would bypass theaters altogether, opting instead for a streaming debut.

Apple TV Plus will distribute Greyhound, which was originally set for a Father's Day cinematic release, per Variety. 

The film was then pushed back to a July release 'due to the COVID-19 pandemic,' reported the industry publication, before a decision was made to send it straight to streaming.

Hanks plays Capt. Ernest Krause in the drama, about an Allied fleet of ships battling their way across the North Atlantic during the early days of World War II.  


















Plot: Hanks plays Capt. Ernest Krause in the sinopsis drama Korea terbaru, about an Allied fleet of ships battling their way across the North Atlantic during the early days of World War II




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Apple TV Plus Buys Tom Hanks' Submarine War Drama ‘Greyhound' - Variety