He’s been spending time in Chinchón, a South-Eastern Spanish town outside of Madrid, while he films a new movie.
And Tom Hanks revealed a new look on Sunday as he showed off his freshly-dyed white hair while heading to work on Wes Anderson’s currently untitled new movie.
The actor, 65, still looked as handsome as ever as strolled out of his hotel in a pale yellow buttoned-up shirt.
Silver fox: Tom Hanks debuted freshly-dyed white hair as he headed out to film Wes Anderson star-studded new film project in Spain on Sunday
The silver fox looked dapper in his ensemble, adding a pair of large glasses and sweeping his tresses into a crew cut style.
Adhering to current health and safety guidelines, the Sully star wore a protective face covering as he prepared to climb into a waiting chauffeur driven car.
The actor’s precautionary measure was a necessary one, with both Hanks and his wife Rita Simons having both recovered from COVID-19 after contracting the potentially deadly virus during a trip to Australia in 2020.
Handsome-as-ever: The actor is known for his salt and pepper locks (pictured right in 2020) but dyed his hair fully white for the new role
Dapper: The silver fox looked dapper in his ensemble, adding a pair of large glasses and sweeping his tresses into a crew cut style
The acting professional seemed to be running his lines en route to the filming location, as he carried a script into the car.
The small township provided the picturesque backdrop as work continues on the new film.
While little is known about the project, Hollywood visionary Wes selected the heritage site as the home of his latest project, which is understood to have a ‘romantic’ theme.
Hard at work: The acting professional seemed to be running his lines en route to the filming location, as he carried a script into the car
With work expected to continue for several months in the historic municipality, other stars including Liev Schreiber, Rupert Friend and Anderson himself were seen familiarising themselves with its steep, winding streets.
Many of Anderson’s regular collaborators are reuniting with him for his new project, including Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton and Adrien Brody.
According to THR.com, principal photography for the film is scheduled to be completed by the end of September.
Meanwhile, Anderson’s pandemic-delayed film The French Dispatch will be hitting screens in October after getting its debut in Venice.
Soon to be complete: According to THR.com , principal photography for the film is scheduled to be completed by the end of September
- The Hollywood Reporter