There are few directors out there with as original a visual style as Wes Anderson. The Royal Tenenbaums helmer is one of the few filmmakers who you can identify his work by looking at a single frame of any of his movies - but what if he was responsible for some of Hollywood's most beloved movies over the years. This is exactly what Canadian filmmaker Louis Pacquet was wondering, so he decided to take matters into his own hands and remake the opening titles of Robert Zemeckis' Forrest Gump as if it had been directed by Anderson. The results, as you'll see above, are impressive!