The Wes Anderson style of film-making is very unique. This video shows what the opening credits of Forrest Gump would be like if the quirky director had been at the helm. The two minute video incorporates many of the characteristics people have come to associate with the writer behind the Grand Budapest Hotel, like the mustard yellow font. It also uses classic elements from the original Tom Hanks film, including a box of chocolates, football playbook, Bubba shrimp, table tennis and military gear. The accompanying music is also in keeping with the Wes Anderson style.
This video is a must see for fans of the writer and director behind the Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom and Fantastic Mister Fox. For longtime lovers of the Forrest Gump movie, it is also worth the watch.