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The usual suspects (and a new face) joining the cast of Wes Anderson’s stop-motion film

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The same faces are joining Wes Anderson again on his next project.

A few days after it was announced that the next movie by Wes Anderson would be a stop-motion animated movie about dogs, The Nerdist spoke with Jeff Goldblum and revealed that the actor would be joining a few other Anderson regulars for the movie.

According to Goldblum, he would be starring in the movie alongside Edward Norton, Bryan Cranston, and Bob Balaban. One would assume that other names such Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and Jason Schwartzman would be along for the film also.

The Nerdist added that Goldblum mentioned that the film would be “Japanese-inspired.” Goldblum was in Anderson’s last film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, but also showed up in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Norton and Balaban have been in the last two films — Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel while Cranston has yet to appear in any of his films.

The film is currently in pre-production.


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