Four-time Emmy nominee Michelle Dockery (“Downton Abbey,” “Godless”) has joined the cast of “Here,” Robert Zemeckis’s adaptation of Richard McGuire’s Miramax graphic novel.
The project reunites Zemeckis with writers Eric Roth, Tom Hanks and Robin Wright for the first time since their collaboration on Forrest Gump won six Oscars, including Best Picture. Paul Bettany also plays the co-stars.
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Tom Hank recently starred in an Oscar-nominated Elvis playing Elvis’s manager. Based on McGuire’s graphic novel, Here is a breathtaking and revolutionary odyssey through time and memory. The groundbreaking story centers on a New England location where love, loss, struggle, hope and legacy have played out between couples (possibly played by Michelle Dockery) and families for generations.
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Zemeckis’ ImageMovers will produce alongside Bill Block and Jack Rapke. Dockery is represented by WME, Anonymous Content, Hamilton Hodell and Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole.
American film of 1994 Forrest Gumpstarring Tom Hanks was recently made into a Hindi remake Laal Singh Chaddha and fans were curious if Tom Hanks saw Aamir’s version and how he reacted.