Henry Winkler and Tom Hanks have been silently feuding since 1989. The two were working on Turner and Hooch at the time with Hanks in the lead role and Winkler behind the camera. Both men are two of the most well-liked celebrities on the planet and have been for decades. It’s hard to find anyone saying something bad about either of them, except for each other. The feud was recently brought back up during an interview, and Winkler pretended not to know what the question was referring to. While Henry Winkler never mentions Tom Hanks by name, it’s clear who he is talking about. “I was directing that movie for 13 days and then I was called into (producer) Jeff Katzenberg’s office and he said, ‘You have everything with you? Go home.'” Henry Winkler directed Turner and Hooch for less than two weeks. “I got along great, great with that dog,” he said. “Love that dog.” Hanks was a star in 1989, but he wasn’t as big, no pun intended, as he is today. It has been rumored that Winkler held up production over shooting locations, which had Hanks complaining to producers. While there has never been any confirmation as… Read full this story
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