After having collaborated several times with the American actor, in Forrest Gump in 1995 but also in Alone in the world in 2000, Le Pôle express in 2004 and soon Pinocchio, Deadline tells us that Robert Zemeckis will once again reform the ranks with Tom Hanks. Accompanied by Eric Roth, the screenwriter of Forrest Gump, they will bring to the screen the adaptation of the graphic novel Here (Here in VF). In 1995, the trio had been Oscar winners six times, for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Editing and Best Visual Effects. , tells multiple stories taking place in the living room of the same apartment in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, through the different people who lived there, from the beginnings of life on Earth to the year 22175. For the moment, Tom Hanks is the only one announced in the casting of this ambitious adaptation and no information concerning the scenario has been communicated. The actor will also be on the poster of Elvis, the biopic on the King of rock’n’roll by the whimsical Baz Luhrmann. He plays his mysterious manager, Colonel Parker, transformed in the trailer for the film released on Friday. He will also be Geppetto in the live-action adaptation of Pinocchio by Zemeckis, which will be broadcast in 2022 on Disney+.