Tom Hanks declared the worst at the Razzie Awards

Tom Hanks is an elite double-Oscar-winning actor, but on March 11 he received two more prizes from an award show that no movie star wants on their CV, the Razzies, which recognize the worst films and performances each year.

Razzies voters declared Hanks' role as Elvis Presley's manager in rock 'n' roll biopic "Elvis" the year's most awful performance by a supporting actor.

Tom Hanks nominated for three ‘Razzies’ 

His recent hit film "Elvis" is an Oscars frontrunner, but Tom Hanks was left all shook up yesterday as he earned three nominations from the Razzies, which "celebrate" the year's worst films.

Hanks was short-listed by the tongue-in-cheek awards for his roles as Presley's manager in rock 'n' roll biopic "Elvis," and Geppetto in Disney's critically slated live-action "Pinocchio" remake.

A grumpy Tom Hanks stars in ‘A Man Called Otto’

Sentimental tales about grumpy old men and American decline have, until recently, typically been the domain of Clint Eastwood.

But in "A Man Called Otto," Marc Forster's adaptation of Fredrik Backman's bestseller and a remake of the 2016 Swedish film "A Man Called Ove," it's Tom Hanks prowling the neighborhood and irritably grumbling about how things used to be.

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson slam Greek institute for using actor's name without permission

Actress and singer Rita Wilson accused a company called Hellenic Institute of Cultural Diplomacy (HICD) of fraud, after it used the name of her husband, actor Tom Hanks, to promote an event where the award-winning actor would allegedly be honored for his work.

Wilson clarified that Hanks never signed or agreed to be in any way involved in HICD or the event they promote.