Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are an institution in the world of adorable celebrity marriages and it's clear that they've made their union of over two decades work through love, respect and mutual support.
On Tuesday, ET caught up with the cute couple in New York at the premiere of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, on which they both served as producers.
"I think it's kind of extraordinary that we got the entire cast back together again," Wilson, 59, told ET of the sequel to 2002 hit film, which she also produced. "Nia [Vardalos] wrote a script that was the right script for this time in life, so I think that the sequel actually has a real authenticity to it. And it's damn funny!"
The couple also revealed that the secret to sustaining their relationship is keeping their work lives and married lives separate.
"[Movies are] our lives day in and day out. So, we really don't talk about it much," Hanks shared. "I run away from my responsibilities as a producer every chance I get."
However, the 59-year-old two-time Oscar winner isn't running away from his chance to hit the road with his wife when Wilson goes on tour following the release of her self-titled album last Friday.
"I'm going to hop on and off that bus," Hanks said of Wilson's upcoming tour, kicking off March 28. "I'm not going to miss out on the rock and roll tour bus experience."
According to Hanks, he's ready to live the tour life: "I've got a lava lamp all ready to plug in, I got some black light posters."
"Our drug of choice is chocolate," Wilson chimed in.
Hanks and Wilson's co-producorial effort, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, hits theaters March 25.