Tom Hanks drops in on Tweed Valley eatery
The Hollywood superstar made a visit to a restaurant in rural NSW in his down time while waiting to film the new Elvis biopic.
Hanks, a two-time Academy Award winner, on Sunday dined at Mavis' Kitchen & Cabins at Mount Warning.
The 63-year-old posed for a picture with the manager.
"We are lucky to have lots of important guests," the caption on the restaurant's social media read.
"But we rarely have someone more famous than our Main man and manager Riccardo."
Hanks has extra time on his hands before filming the Elvis movie on the Gold Coast, directed by Aussie filmmaker Baz Luhrmann, as recent flooding delayed the production.
The Courier-Mail previously reported that while cameras were scheduled to roll this month, a spokesperson for the production said the rain event caused a "slight delay by just over a week".
Filming is understood to have been pushed out to the first week of March.