Tom Hanks has remained a beloved performer in America despite his recent performances in Elvis and Pinocchio.  

But we will all have to wait a few more weeks before we see him again on the big screen. 

The release date of Tom Hanks’ next movie, A Man Called Otto, has been delayed from early December to January 13, 2023, for a general audience. 

The movie is based on Swedish novelist Fredrik Backman’s “A Man Called Ove,” which reached the top of the New York Times bestseller list.  

Hanks will play Otto, a cranky old guy who enjoys passing judgment on and being nasty to his neighbors, in the movie.  

Otto’s strong façade, nevertheless, starts to crack as a strange bond forms with Marisol, a new neighbor who moves in next door with her young family and is “quite pregnant.” 

Mariana Trevio, Rachel Keller, Cameron Britton, and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo appear in the movie with Tom Hanks.  

Mexican stage and screen actress Trevio most recently acted in the Spanish-language Netflix series Once Upon a Time… But Not Anymore. 

She has made several appearances in Mexican movies. Recently, Keller co-featured in the HBO Max series Tokyo Vice. 

On December 25, a limited edition of A Man Called Otto will be released in New York and Los Angeles; this will be followed on January 13 by a general release.