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Tom And Julia Play The Newlywed Game On Letterman

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Cute!

Tom Hanks crashed Julia Roberts interview with David Letterman to play an impromptu version of The Newlywed Game.

Ch-ch-check out the the funny clip (above).

Those two are just adorbsies together.

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10 comments to “Tom And Julia Play The Newlywed Game On Letterman”



  1. 1

    LOL! Love Tom Hanks!



  2. 2

    If Tom and Julia were to appear in a remake of "Natural Born Killers", their characters would be more appealing than the ones that they appear to portray via the TV ads, for "Larry Crowne".



  3. 3

    But their movie is dull as hell … zzzzzzz.



  4. 4

    And their film is a bomb. Julia lacks box office draw and Tom is teetering in the same direction. If the kiddies want to see crap like Transformers, it's time to review the whole box office, viewer experience. Great movies don't get the exposure or number of theatre openings. Idiots keep stupid Blow up, crash, fire explosion movies alive. Split theatres into Crap and Non-Crap. I can 't see a foreign film where I live. How lovely it would be to go to the movies ans see something GOOD.



  5. 5

    Tom is turning into Forrest Grump and Julia into Petty Woman.

    However, my grammy LOVES "Larry Crowne" and that is a good enough endorsement 4 me…to not see it.



  6. 6

    I hear that they are both decent people, however they are just boring on screen…I took my younger cousin to see it and I walked-out halfway and jumped into another film…They just do not have the draw they both used to have…mayber older audiences will think they are "cute"….I don't know…Letterman too, who watches this dude? He is a pig. Oh well, to each their own.



  7. 7

    Although they are both great at their craft, I'm liking them less and less when it comes to their personal life. Particularly Tom, and I NEVER thought that I'd say that about him!



  8. 8

    I love all three of them, so I'll definitely see Larry Crowne. I love the way Julia laughs.



  9. 9

    Aren't people sick of seeing these over used actors in movies by now? .. come on?..what is the industry just limited to blood lines and not talent?, Hmmm…Could the Red Carpet symbolize the "Bloodline".

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    10

    The movie is low key, and the theme is largely unspoken but prevalent and pertinent; and might fare well in home rentals with the older crowd. The under 30's would likely find it dull, but it's a fine premise and the trailer looked watchable to me. I'll see it. I don't mind dull if it makes me think. Blowing things up and running from antagonists is mostly fictitious.