Once he is done filming The Da Vinci Code for director Ron Howard, Oscar golden-boy Tom Hanks will shoot Charlie Wilson's War, a drama scripted by Aaron Sorkin about the real-life scandal-magnet and Texas congressman who earned the nickname "Good Time Charlie." After his political career was nearly snuffed when he was caught in a 1980 hot-tub tryst with cocaine-sniffing Vegas showgirls, Wilson went on to oversee the largest covert op in CIA history: the funding of resistance fighters in Afghanistan.