One of the original volleyball props was sold at auction after release of the film Cast Away for 18,500 dollars to the ex-CEO of FedEx Office, Ken May. At the time of the film's release, Wilson Sporting Goods launched its own joint promotion centered around the fact that one of its products was "co-starring" with Tom Hanks. Wilson manufactured a volleyball with a reproduction of the bloodied handprint face on one side.
Literally minutes of silence that are spellbinding watching him adapt to his new environment. I'd watch Tom Hanks make toast and feel the pain of the bread and laugh uncontrollably as he dances with it before eating it.
2016-09-26 FREE STATE OF JONES: A HISTORIAN REVIEWS MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY’S CASTAWAY ARMY IN THE US CIVIL WAR. Can a Hollywood film re-write one of the oldest and most important stories in the American past?