Twenty-five years after Tom Hanks played "Heart and Soul" and "Chopsticks" on a giant toy piano in the movie "Big," he delivered an encore on Monday night.
While on Britain's "The Jonathan Ross Show," the host unveiled a giant piano and Hanks was more than happy to jump his way through "Chopsticks" once again.
Hank, 57, was on the British show to promote his new film, "Captain Phillips," and after a few moments he was joined by Sandra Bullock, 49, there to promote her latest film, "Gravity."
In a moment of tomfoolery, the producers played a snippet of Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, Ala Turca, which Hanks happily danced around to. Watch the fast feet below:
Below is the original duet with Robert Loggia: