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.

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