By Nick Hintz


Wes Anderson will be making another stop-motion film. Anderson had previously directed 2009’s successful Fantastic Mr. Fox and will be returning to the genre. The film is set to have some pretty big voices in it with Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton and Bob Balaban voicing characters in it. In fact, Goldblum was the one who broke the news stating that the four of them will be playing a pack of dogs and that the film will be “Japanese inspired.” This will be the third time that Goldblum has worked with Anderson after being in The Life Aquatic and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Additionally Norton and Balaban will be working with Anderson for the third time after being in Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonrise Kingdom. This will be Bryan Cranston’s first time working with Wes Anderson however, he has voiced animated characters before in TV shows such as The Simpsons, Family Guy, Archer, and more. The film’s release date has yet to be announced