Tom Hanks stopped by The Jonathan Ross Show and channeled the oversized kid he played in 1988’s “Big” — all with help from actress Sandra Bullock.
During the appearance, the talk show host surprised the “Captain Phillips” star with a giant piano — almost identical to the one featured in the hit ’80s film.
In the movie, Hanks plays the adult version of 12-year-old Josh Baskin, who wishes to be big. After Josh’s wish comes true, he ends up trapped in a 30-year-old’s body with the mind of the young boy. The flick’s most famous scene features Josh playing “Heart and Soul” and “Chopsticks” on the floor piano with his boss in famed NYC toy store, FAO Schwarz.
After proving he hadn’t lost his touch, Bullock — who was there promoting “Gravity” — hit the stage.
“Now we can do ‘Chopsticks,’ but maybe not in your heels,” Tom, 57, said to the brunette beauty, 49. “Oh, I can do ‘Chopsticks’ in my heels,’” responded Sandra, who co-starred in 2011’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close with the actor.
Bullock proved she could do just that as the pair bounced atop the piano. Check it out:
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