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(From left) Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of ‘Asteroid City’ on Tuesday in France.
On Wednesday, Wilson posted a message to her Instagram Stories The moment captured sheds light on exactly what happened amid speculation that the heat was on.
“It’s called I don’t hear it. People are screaming. What did you say? Where should we go?” Wilson wrote. She said, “But that doesn’t sell stories! Nice try. It was good for us.”
She encouraged her followers to go see director Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City,” which stars Hanks and was the premiere of the movie they were attending when the photos were taken.
This is not the first time a celebrity has denied online rumors related to viral photos or videos.
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(From left) Cannes Film Festival staff Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson at the premiere of ‘Asteroid City’ in France on Tuesday.
There was an internet sensation known as “#Spitcat,” The word was born online in September 2022 when viral video footage from the Venice Film Festival showed singer Harry Styles making a move that led some to believe he was spitting on his “Don’t Worry Darling” co-star Chris Pine.
Pine, and the film’s director and co-star Olivia Wilde, each spoke out from the incident to clarify that Styles didn’t actually spit on Pine. Style too He joked About an incident at one of his concerts.
Don’t forget them either Ben Affleck memes Coming out of the 2023 Grammy Awards, it went viral when the “Air” actor looked miserable while sitting next to his wife, Jennifer Lopez.
Affleck Addressed publicly Speculation was fueled by her saying in March that she had a “good time” on the show, sparking a quiet conversation that saw them having a simple “husband-wife thing.”
So we guess the lesson here is that even though they say a picture is worth a thousand words, it probably doesn’t say what you think.