It looks like some familiar faces are returning to Wes Anderson’s world.
Three of his “The Grand Budapest Hotel” collaborators – Jeff Goldblum, Bob Balaban and Edward Norton – will return alongside first time Anderson collaborator Bryan Cranston in the director’s next movie which is described as a stop-motion animation project.
Goldblum is the one who revealed the casting news, saying he and the other actors will play a pack of dogs and it will be “Japanese-inspired”. Pre-production is already underway on the project, but no release date has yet been set.
Anderson previously employed stop-motion animation on his highly acclaimed “Fantastic Mr. Fox” adaptation.