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Other stars getting feted at the weekend gala include Bono, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong'o and 'American Hustle' cast ensemble.
Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, who starred in 1964's film 'Mary Poppins', also support the premiere of the film which tells the backstory of how the Disney classic made it to the screen.
The 'Castaway' actor reveals his diabetes diagnosis as he appears on 'Late Show with David Letterman', adding on Twitter that the disease can be managed 'with good habits.'
Naomi Watts and her 'While We're Young' co-stars Adam Driver and Charles Grodin are among the guests at the premiere of the based-on-true-story film.
Hanks stars as the real-life ship captain who has allowed himself to be taken hostage by Somali pirates in exchange for his crew's safety.
Director Ron Howard and scribe David Koepp will be back for the third installment which is slated for a December 2015 release.
Featured next to Hanks is Emma Thompson, who stars as 'Mary Poppins' author P.L. Travers in John Lee Hancock's movie.
While Lauper's music for 'Kinky Boots' snatched Best Original Score, Hanks failed to win his supposedly first trophy for Best Actor in a Play.
His 'Life on a Rock' pushes last week's No. 1 album, Michael Buble's 'To Be Loved', down to the second place.
Based on a true story, the Paul Greengrass-directed film features Hanks as the captain of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama which is hijacked by Somali pirates.
The 'Forrest Gump' actor receives a nomination for his leading role in 'Lucky Guy' while the 'Time After Time' singer's music for 'Kinky Boots' is listed as a contender for Best Original Score.
The 'Scary Movie 5' star wears no bra, sporting sultry looks in a black leather jacket and skimpy pants for a May edition of Maxim.
The other nominees include Tiger Woods, Obama's campaign, Charlize Theron, Conan O'Brien, Neil Patrick Harris, 'The Hunger Games' and 'The Walking Dead'.
The 'Great Gatsby' actor and the 'Cloud Atlas' star, through their production companies, will bring a TV movie about the former Soviet President to HBO.
Following up their collaborations on 'Band of Brothers' and 'The Pacific', Spielberg and Hanks are working on a new miniseries partly based on Donald L. Miller's 'Masters of the Air'.