Tom Hanks went to Skyline High School in Oakland.
He is not happy that the Raiders are moving to Las Vegas.
"When the Raiders leave, I am going on an NFL moratorium for two years," Hanks said on Monday night, according to Peter Hartlaub of The San Franicsco Chronicle. "You cannot take the Silver and Black, put them in an air-conditioned dome in the desert, make them play on artificial turf within a stone's throw of the fountains of Caesar's Palace, and call them the Raiders.
"Here's the thing I don't quite understand. And I'm not trying to -- this isn't one of the causes I'm fighting for. I'm just thinking as a fan: It's a billion-dollar industry, they have billion-dollar TV contracts. All the owners are billionaires. And yet when they want to build a stadium they're going to use for 10 weeks out of the year, they expect the city taxpayers to buy the building.
"The only good thing that is going to come out of the Oakland Raiders leaving -- and there is nothing good that will come out of that, by the way -- is that the Oakland A's might get their own ballpark.
"I must say I hate that frigging D.H. rule. I always have, ever since that bastard Charlie Finley installed it. We're not proud of that over on the other side of the East Bay."
The Raiders' new stadium in Las Vegas is scheduled to open in 2020.