Robert Zemeckis' Here starring Tom Hanks gets a new release date

Zemeckis reteams with Hanks after the 2022 Pinocchio retelling, where the actor voiced Geppetto
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Robert Zemeckis (L), Tom Hanks

Earlier, we reported about writer-director Robert Zemeckis' film titled Here, featuring Tom Hanks and Robin Wright, getting a release date. Now, the makers of the film have pushed ahead its theatrical release date to November 15 from the earlier November 27.

Zemeckis reteams with Hanks after the 2022 Pinocchio retelling, where the actor voiced Geppetto. The director also reunited with his Forrest Gump co-writer Eric Roth to pen the screenplay for Here, based on Richard McGuire's eponymous graphic novel. It is reportedly an original production, which tells the tale of a special place inhabited by multiple families. It is billed as a tale of love, loss, laughter, and life.

Paul Bettany, Michelle Dockery, and Kelly Reilly are also part of the cast. It will also feature digitally de-aged versions of Hanks and Wright, thanks to a recent partnership between the Hollywood organisation CAA and the AI technology company Metaphysic.

Zemeckis also produces the film, alongside Jack Rapke, Bill Block, and Derek Hogue.

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