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Tom Hanks unveils 'horrible' bald haircut he got for Baz Luhrmann's forthcoming Elvis biopic – Daily Mail

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He’s playing Elvis Presley’s manager Colonel Tom Parker in a forthcoming film about the musical legend.
But Tom Hanks had to suffer for his art, enduring a ‘horrible’ haircut in the Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic to mimic Parker’s bald head.
The 64-year-old Big actor gave fans a brief look at his newly-minted chrome dome during an interview on The Graham Norton Show on Tuesday. 
Sacrifice: Tom Hanks had to suffer for his art, enduring a ‘horrible’ haircut in the Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic to mimic his character Colonel Tom Parker’s bald head
The Oscar-winning actor sheepishly displayed his new look by quickly ducking into frame during his remote interview.
‘Can you see that? Look at that thing!’ exclaimed the Saving Private Ryan star. 
‘I just scared the children, I want to apologize,’ he added dryly. 
Hanks is currently promoting his latest movie, the western drama News of the World. 
Preview: The 64-year-old Big actor gave fans a brief look at his newly-minted chrome dome during an interview on The Graham Norton Show on Tuesday
Just a peek: The Oscar-winning actor sheepishly displayed his new look by quickly ducking into frame during his remote interview
Hanks returned to Australia in September to continue filming scenes of Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic, after his COVID diagnosis shut down filming in March.   
Tom and wife Rita Wilson were hospitalized for several days in Queensland following their positive diagnoses. 
They continued their recovery in quarantine, before flying home to Los Angeles.   
Mister manager: Elvis and Parker seen here circa 1956
Happier times: Hanks returned to Australia in September to continue filming scenes of Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic, after his COVID diagnosis shut down filming in March. Tom seen here in February
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor Austin Butler stars as Elvis in the movie.  
In a statement last month, Australian director Baz, 57, said he was looking forward to finally getting back to work on the blockbuster.
‘We’re back to, as Elvis liked to say, “taking care of business!”‘ he began.
‘It is a real privilege in this unprecedented global moment that Tom Hanks has been able to return to Australia to join Austin Butler and all of our extraordinary cast and crew to commence production on “Elvis”.
‘I cannot emphasise enough how lucky we feel in the current climate that the state of Queensland, and Queenslanders in general, have been so supportive of this film.’  
Next: Hanks is currently promoting his latest movie, the western drama News of the World
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