TOM HANKS on when he DECIDED to play MR. ROGERS

Tom Hanks recalled the moment he knew that he wanted to play Mr. Rogers. Hanks explained at a Toronto International Film Festival screening of his film, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” that he watched a clip of the show where Rogers spoke to a young boy in a wheelchair named Jeffrey Erlanger. “What do you say to somebody who will spend their life in a wheelchair? He said, ‘Jeff, do you ever have days when you’re feeling sad?’ He says, ‘Well, yeah, sure Mister Rogers. Some days…but not today.'” The two then sang “It’s You I Like” together. “It made me bawl my eyes out,” Hanks said. “It’s one of the reasons why I’m in the movie.”

Jersey Shore star Mike Sorrentino is set to be released from federal prison on Thursday after serving eight months for tax evasion. The reality star pled guilty to falsifying business and personal tax returns. 

Aaron Carter opened up about his mental health during an appearance on The Doctors. “The official diagnosis is that I suffer from multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety; I’m manic depressive,” Carter shares in a promotional clip for the interview. The singer also shared a long list of medications that he takes while holding up a large bag of prescription drugs.