Forrest Gump (character)

Forrest Gump (character)

Forrest Gump is a fictional character who first appears in the 1986 eponymous novel by Winston Groom. Forrest Gump also appeared on screen in the 1994 film of the same name directed by Robert Zemeckis. Gump was portrayed as a child by Michael Humphreys and portrayed as an adult by Tom Hanks, who won an Academy Award for the role. The portrayal of Forrest in the novel is notably different from the portrayal in the film. He later reappears in the 1995 novel Gump and Co. In 2008, Forrest Gump was named the 20th greatest movie character of all time by Empire magazine.

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Forrest Gump (character) - Differences From The Novel
... The portrayal of Forrestin the original novel is notably different to how he was portrayed in the film ... Largely, in the novel, Forrestis shown to be somewhat cynical and abrasive, while in the film, he is a more placid and naïve person ... Changes from the novel to the film include the deaths of Forrests mother, Jenny, neither of whom died in the original book, running around the country, and going to space later crashing in New ...

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    Stupid is as stupid does.
    Eric Roth, U.S. screenwriter. Directed by Robert Zemekis. Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks)

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    Eric Roth, U.S. screenwriter. Directed by Robert Zemekis. Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks)