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Tom Hanks regrets expulsion of Conor Ratliff from Band of Brothers


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Tom Hanks has taken “full responsibility” for the cruel manner in which he allegedly fired Conor Ratliff from “Band of Brothers”.

On Thursday, the “Search Party” actor spoke with the Oscar winner, 65, about his accident Podcast, “Dead Eyes” They retell the story of being cast in the HBO series and then fired for “their eyes are dead.”

Hanks admitted that “not a single moment of this would ring a bell” but he had.

“This was undoubtedly the director’s work, and that was me,” Hanks told Ratliff. “Something was stuck in the creep or one of those very subtle decisions that aimed the story in the direction it wanted it to go.”

In the Inner Sanctuary whatever this casting session at Band of Brothers was… I’m sure I said, ‘I don’t know the guy, this guy has dead eyes.’ ‘ I could have said, ‘He became very blond of hair; It’s too tall and I can’t make the assistant taller than Captain Winters. I could have said, ‘It’s very short and very light… I could have said any of these things, and it would have been true and her opinion was.’

In 2000, Radcliffe, who was then 24 years old, auditioned for a small role in “Band of Brothers” created by Hanks and Steven Spielberg. Before filming began, he was fired because the “Sully” actor claimed he thought Radcliffe had “dead eyes”.

Two decades later, Radcliffe started a podcast exploring casting and casting in the entertainment industry.

Hanks described the story as “just chilling,” and went on to take “full responsibility” for his actions.

He also admitted that he was “panicked” after finding out about the origins of the podcast from his son Colin and daughter Elizabeth.

“I was actually cold. My heart rate went up and I said, ‘I did.. what did I do?’” what did you do? “


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