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Once upon a time, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan were known as America's sweethearts. The duo first paired up on the big screen for 1990's Joe Versus the Volcano. They would also go onto appear together in 1993's Sleepless in Seattle followed by 1998's You've Got Mail. They haven't been seen together since that time. But that all changes with the upcoming WWII drama Ithaca, which brings a stirring reunion between the two lost and wandering soles.
Ithaca marks Meg Ryan's directorial debut after the actress took some time away from appearing in blockbuster romantic comedies. The movie is a coming-of-age tale for one teenage boy, and doesn't revolve around another loving relationship between the two former co-stars. In fact, the pair weren't seen together in the trailer that dropped last month. And they only share a fleeting few moments together on screen. Entertainment Weekly has a first look at this reunion. »
Girl Meets World takes another walk down Boy Meets World memory lane in the show's latest episode, but it's not the fondest memory in Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga's (Danielle Fishel) history. In E! News' exclusive sneak peek at the first half of the two-parter episode, "Girl Meets Ski Lodge," airing Friday, July 22 and 29, you can see Mr. Matthews try to prepare his class for their upcoming field trip to the very same ski lodge that was home to one of his and Topanga's worst moments. "The ski lodge was almost the end of Cory and Topanga, America's sweethearts, and now I know something's going to happen there for you, so I'm preparing ya. For nature," he »
2 items from 2016
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