Murray To Work On Wes Anderson’s Dog Film

Bill Murray has confirmed that once again he’s set to re-team with his compatriot Wes Anderson for the filmmaker’s next project.

Attending the Marrakech International Film Festival to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award, he revealed at a press conference that he’s a part of the film which will be a stop motion animated movie about dogs:

“I’m playing a dog. He’s doing another, like a stop motion animated kind of comedy sort of like ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’…. and it’s a Japanese story and I’m playing a dog. I’m very excited.”

Jeff Goldblum previously called the film “Japanese-inspired,” but there’s no word as yet regarding what stage of production the film is at. Bob Balaban, Bryan Cranston and Edward Norton are also onboard.

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