Sandra Bullock might've given Tom Hanks the box office smack-down treatment this weekend — her hit 3D space adventure "Gravity" handily toppled his dramatic pirate takeover pic "Captain Phillips" — but there's no love lost between these "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" stars.
While promoting their respective shippy films on The Jonathan Ross Show this weekend, the pair teamed up to recreate one of Hanks' earliest and most memorable movie scenes ever. No, he didn't spit tobacco into her face whilst screeching about tears and baseball; they did the one where he played "Chopsticks" on an over-sized toy keyboard mat a la "Big." Brace for excessive cuteness.
In all likelihood, Hanks was probably a lot more nimble back in the late '80s when he originally did this piano hop thing, but at 57 years young, he has most definitely still got it.
Consider this moment of pure awesome.
What. a. stud. This move needs to be put somewhere in the next "Tom Hanks: The Movie" installment.
And even though Sandy the Spectacular has some mild stretching limitations when in high heels, she totally proved she'd kick all of our butts at a game of Twister any time, any place.
Even more amazing was that moment when she revealed her secret ability to spit the rhymes in "Rapper's Delight." Apparently, this is a talent she developed back in high school to impress a boy interest, which totally worked because duh.