Forrest Gump Directed by Wes Anderson: Here’s What It Would Look Like

Take For­rest Gump, the 1994 film direct­ed by Robert Zemeck­is and star­ring Tom Han­ks. Now let’s give it a Wes Ander­son makeover. That’s the exer­cise Louis Paquet went through above, in mak­ing a short Ander­so­n­ion ver­sion of For­rest Gump’s open­ing cred­its. If you need an intro­duc­tion to Ander­son­’s sig­na­ture style, we’ve got a few help­ful posts for you below.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Watch 7 New Video Essays on Wes Anderson’s Films: Rush­more, The Roy­al Tenen­baums & More

The Per­fect Sym­me­try of Wes Anderson’s Movies

Watch Wes Anderson’s Charm­ing New Short Film, Castel­lo Cav­al­can­ti, Star­ring Jason Schwartz­man

A Glimpse Into How Wes Ander­son Cre­ative­ly Remixes/Recycles Scenes in His Dif­fer­ent Films

Watch a Super Cut of Wes Anderson’s Sig­na­ture Slo-Mo Shots

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