Tom Hanks did push-ups on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday alongside a US Army sergeant, while wearing a full tuxedo, as a group of soldiers cheered the duo on.
Hanks reportedly has a special relationship with the army, being named an honorary member after playing Captain Miller in five-time Oscar winning movie "Saving Private Ryan" in 1999.
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Tom Hanks showed that he's still in good shape as he dropped and gave 20 on the Oscars red carpet. The 63-year-old actor flexed his fitness skills alongside a US Army sergeant — and managed to keep up with the military officer. Hanks, in his full tux, did a few push-up reps as a group of soliders cheered on the actor and sergeant. Hanks, who's familiar with playing army personnel, has acted in several war films but is mainly noted for his performance as Captain Miller in Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan." The movie won five Oscars back in 1999.
Tom Hanks Drops and Does Push Ups with a U.S. Army Sergeant on the #Oscars Red Carpet https://t.co/jAOtmze4qR pic.twitter.com/aqyfzMnlRq — People (@people) February 10, 2020
Since then, Hanks has reportedly developed a special relationship with the army and was inducted as an honorary member of the U.S. Army Rangers Hall of Fame. Hanks, who was nominated for best supporting actor for his role as Mr Rogers in "A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood," lost to Brad Pitt in "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood." Read more: Here's what 68 best actress winners have worn to the Oscars Elizabeth Banks wore the exact same red dress in 2020 that she wore 16 years ago at an Oscars after-party Jeff Bezos was roasted during the Oscars opening monologue, with Chris Rock saying he is 'so rich' that even a divorce settlement couldn't put a dent in his net worthJoin the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not know