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This is how Tom Hanks does it, people.

The Oscar winner was a guest at Scooter Braun's wedding over the weekend, clearly having himself quite the blast, especially when a classic Montell Jordan track enabled him to break out some moves on the dance floor.

Justin Bieber - redeeming himself for every scandal over the past two years - captured Hanks getting down to "This Is How We Do It" in footage that we're likely to never stop watching.

Check it out for yourself now:

A different kind of video surfaced in October of Hanks being awesome, meeting an Autistic fan backstage on Broadway and reacting in the most perfect way possible.

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July marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Forrest Gump. The Tom Hanks film that's come to be regarded as a modern classic was one of the biggest box office smashes of the 1990s and went on to win six Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

Catchphrases such as, "Stupid is as stupid does," and, "Life is like a box of chocolates," are among the most oft-quoted lines in the history of cinema.

While A-listers such as Tom Hanks and Sally Field remain very much in the public eye, we figured this milestone anniversary of the beloved film would be a good time to check in on what all of the principal players have been up to in the two decades since Forrest Gump first hit theaters:

Tom Hanks
Hanks has gone on to maintain his title as one of the most beloved and bankable stars in Hollywood. He's now racked up an astonishing 5 Oscar nominations with 2 wins.

Some of the film's marquee names have gone on to reign supreme amongst critics and audiences alike (both Hanks and Fields have Oscars in the years since), while others quickly faded into obscurity (Remember Haley Joel Osment?)

But whatever turns their careers took in the years that followed, we're sure all the cast crew of Gump regard the film as the most pleasant unexpected surprise of their careers. A cherry cordial amidst almond nougats, if you will.

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Sorry, Ashton Kutcher and Ne-Yo, you've been busted.

Same for you, Michelle Rodriguez and Keith Urban. You too, Orlando Bloom.

And, really... Tom Hanks?!? Is no one immune to the allure of famous cleavage?

Apparently not, not based on the following collection of photos, which make it clear that you don't even need to have really big boobs in order to be ogled.

And you don't need to have a penis in order to do the ogling!

Click through many examples of stars who have been caught sneaking a peek and other stars who have caught those sneaky peekers...

Zac Efron
In Zac Efron's defense here, he was at least dating Vanessa Hudgens at the time. But, still, couldn't he have waited until they got home?

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It's no secret that actors are often booked to play characters of much younger ages. Kerr Smith was 26 when he played 16 year old Jack McPhee on Dawson's Creek.

His incredibly youthful appearance (which has since become a full head of gray hair by 40) worked in his favor. Other celebrities have ridden a similar wave of good fortune. 

Playing younger roles on camera certainly helps keep them younger in our minds, but for many stars, the truth is they really look like they're only as old as their characters.

Have they found the fountain of youth? Are they just the product of a slow-aging gene pool? Maybe they're just secret friends with Dr. Botox and his friend The Scalpel?

Who knows! But here are 19 stars who are older than they look:

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston is 45! Contrary to reports, she is not becoming a mom in her mid-40s. Probably.

We know. We don't believe it either. Especially not #5.

In fact, to further test that fountain of youth theory, here are nine pairs of stars who are the same age, but you'd never know it by looking at them ...

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Valentine's Day is upon us once again. The chocolates! The over priced flowers! The dinner reservations that have to be made a year in advance if there's any hope that you'll be able to eat that night!

The 14 best romantic movies of all time! OF ALL TIME!!!!

Maybe you love every single cheesy part of this Hallmark holiday and can think of nothing more romantic than curling up with your significant other and watching a movie to cap off the night.

(Seriously? You can't think of anything more romantic than this??)

The Notebook
There's not another love story like the one in The Notebook. There just isn't.

Or maybe you hate everything about this day of love yet are somewhat of a masochist and really just want to torture yourself by watching fictional characters find love and have a good, cathartic cry to get over your loneliness and despair.

(Not that I've ever been there or anything. Ahem. I'm gonna go watch Love Actually online.)

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Some celebrity couples you see and they just make you scratch your head. Others might be hotter than blazes, but you know they will fizzle out soon enough.

The best of the best, though, are built to last, proof that you can still find your best friend - and long-term romance - in the glitz and glamor of Hollywood.

In celebration of Valentine's Day, February 14, 2014, we've looked at our 14 celebrity crushes and 14 toxic twosomes who should never have been together.

Today, we do the opposite, celebrating a dozen plus two pairs who give us hope that everlasting love, commitment and passion aren't things of the past.

Scroll through THG's 14 Beyond Adorable Celebrity Couples below ...

Kate Middleton and Prince William
Future kings and queens, they're just like us! Okay maybe not, but these two are royally wonderful, down to earth and nice people. There's simply no denying it.

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This just in: People apparently hate George Clooney. And Tom Hanks. And even Matt Damon.

Indeed, some of the biggest stars on the planet were featured on the latest edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live's Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.

It's a grand television tradition and it's one the the explains thusly:

"We like to shine a light on those who post cruel and horrible comments on Twitter. People can be vicious, and it hurts. To raise awareness and to maybe make people think twice before they post something awful, once again we've assembled a group of famous faces..."

Are these hate-filled Internet users the same folks who posted racist Tweets in response to the controversial Super Bowl Coke commercial? Probably.

Watch the newest edition of this feature now and then check out a few past installments as well:

Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves
Celebrities, such as George Clooney, read mean Tweets about themselves in this video, courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel Live. The footage is hilarious.

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During a recent appearance in England on The Jonathan Ross Show, Tom Hanks played a giant piano with Sandra Bullock.

Incredibly, however, that was not the coolest thing the actor did this month.

In an interaction captured on camera, Hanks meets an Autistic fan named Sarah Moretti backstage at his Broadway play, "Lucky Guy."

She presents him with a scrapbook of his career and Hanks is clearly overcome with shock and joy at the collection of his life work, gushing to Sarah: "This is so great! You know, my mom doesn’t even have something like this!”

It's a very sweet example of what makes Hanks so gosh darn likable. Watch now:

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Captain Phillips’ story is well-known, and not new. It was reported by every major media outlet as it played out dramatically over five April days in 2009.

For anybody who somehow missed this then, it's been repeated in every major media story about Captain Phillips the movie, directed by Paul Greengrass.

Tom Hanks is Richard Phillips, captain of the Maersk Alabama, a U.S. container ship with an unarmed crew that was hijacked by Somali pirates.

Hauling tons of cargo, including food from the U.N. World Food Program designated for Africa, the ship looked like a floating jackpot to the marauders.

Is it a jackpot with critics as well? Let's see what the reviews are saying ...

"When Paul Greengrass directs a thoroughly dramatic tale based on true events and Tom Hanks takes on the title role, you think you know what to expect. But just you wait — the piercingly realistic "Captain Phillips" will exceed your expectations." - L.A. Times

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Tom Hanks will soon make headlines again for his sterling talent, as the actor is receiving Oscar buzz for his portrayal of the title character in Captain Phillips.

But the beloved star has been in the news recently for a couple off-screen reasons: First, he was selected for jury duty.

And last night, during an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, he revealed that he's been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.

Responding to the host's comment about how much weight he's lost, Hanks shared what went down during a recent physician appointment.

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