Tom Hanks would officiate more weddings
Tom Hanks wants to officiate more weddings.
The 'Captain Phillips' actor oversaw the secret wedding of 'Girls' actress Allison Williams and her entrepreneur beau Ricky Van Veen last month and has now revealed he's up for making it a regular occurrence, if the price is right.
Asked if he'd be up for marrying another couple, he joked: "If people can afford the fee!"
The two-time Oscar winner spent just £23 ($35) on a course to be ordained for the ceremony at the luxury Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming, which means he's now "available for weddings."
He previously revealed: "I studied the divinity. I studied as a minister for nearly $35. Out of that I have a certificate that makes me available for weddings."
But the 59-year-old star - who has been married to his 'Sleepless in Seattle' co-star Rita Wilson for more than 25 years - insisted he's better as a guest at weddings as opposed to the person who officiates the ceremony because he's great at setting up couples.
Speaking at the premiere of his new movie 'Bridge of Spies' in NYC, he told the New York Daily News newspaper: "I'm a great wingman."