Tom Hanks on Mythical Kitchen’s LAST MEALS
By Staff Reports
Tom Hanks is the latest guest and shares his “last meal” with Mythical Chef Josh Scherer while answering compelling questions about life, death, and how it all connects to his chosen meal.
Tom and Mythical Chef Josh discuss Tom getting Covid in Australia (and not telling his kids), loneliness, his connection to Greece, the infamous “Tom Cruise Cake”, his new coffee line (HANX: For Our Troops), and his new film “A MAN CALLED OTTO”.
Tom’s Last Meal Included:
- Challah bread French Toast with Cary’s sugar free syrup
- An In-N-Out Double Double with everything and a Diet Coke
- A Traditional Greek Salad with avocado and calamari, pita and taramasalata dip
- The Taste of History platter from El Cholo with a Diet Dr. Pepper
- A White Chocolate Coconut Bundt Cake from Doan’s Bakery in Woodland Hills (aka Tom Cruise cake)
More information about LAST MEALS:
From the minds behind Good Mythical Morning with Rhett & Link—the most watched daily show on the Internet—comes LAST MEALS: a food-focused one-on-one interview show. Last Meals host, Mythical Chef Josh Scherer, makes culinary dreams come true for his guests who answer a question we all ponder… “If I were to die tomorrow, what’s the LAST meal I want to eat?”
Episodes are posted to the Mythical Kitchen YouTube channel which boasts 2.25M subscribers, 10M views per month and 232M total views, and is growing every day. I’ve attached our one-sheet below with more stats.
Mythical is an Internet-first entertainment studio led by YouTube creators Rhett & Link. The company’s owned and operated YouTube channels have amassed 77 million subscribers and 28 billion lifetime views, and its combined following on Instagram, Facebook, Twitch, Snap, TikTok and Twitter exceeds 54 million. Rhett & Link host the internet’s most popular daily show, Good Mythical Morning, now in its 11th year, among an array of digital-first comedy, variety, culinary, and gaming shows that draw audiences comparable to their peers in broadcast and cable TV. In 2019, Mythical completed the first significant M&A transaction in the YouTube space by acquiring the Smosh comedy brand — one of Internet media’s largest and longest-running enterprises. Mythical is entirely independent and self-financed.