Tom Hanks leaves 'Captain Phillips' premiere at NYC early due to IRS

1 October 2013

Washington, Oct 01 (ANI): Tom Hanks, who is allowed to spend 183 days per year at his apartment in NYC, had to leave early from his film 'Captain Phillips' premiere at the New York Film Festival because he had to fly back to California so he didn't take up an extra day of his time.

According to Showbiz411, there are no exceptions for celebrities at the IRS and Hanks has spent roughly 149 days in New York this year already.

The publication reported that his days are running out, and the actor still has to open Captain Phillips properly on October 10th, and he has Saving Mr Banks coming from Disney in December, therefore in order to fulfil all of his publicity duties for his upcoming projects, Hanks will have to ration his days in the Big Apple carefully. (ANI)

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