Tom Hanks summoned for jury duty on domestic violence case
Tom Hanks appeared in court on Tuesday to serve as a juror on a case involving a man being accused of beating his wife, reports TMZ.
We're told Hanks is in the zone right now in the jury box. He's keeping things casual though, wearing a black long-sleeve shirt, dark blue jeans, and black-rimmed glasses.
The gossip site says Hanks is attentive, taking notes and doing a great job.
According to The Daily Record, other notable celeb jurors include Anderson Cooper, Axl Rose, Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna.
Besides working the courts, Hanks is gearing up for the release of the upcoming film "Captain Phillips," where he plays the role of a ship captain whose vessel is taken over by pirates.
"Captain Phillips," also staring Catherine Keener and Michael Chernus, is due out in theaters on Oct. 11.
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