Poor Tom Hanks. The longtime leading man, 52, just wishes everyone would leave his hair alone. "When you just start out and no one knows you from Adam, nobody says to you, 'What's with the hair?' You're just a guy, and that's the way your hair is," he told TIME in 2007. "Then you become famous, and people say things like, 'What do you mean by the hair?' " At the time, it was a fair question: the most captivating thing about Hanks' most recent movie, 2006's plodding The Da Vinci Code, had been the actor's extraordinary mullet. Luckily, his do is slightly more comely in the sequel. Slightly.
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