Hollywood, CA – It was announced this week that Wes Anderson is well underway on his newest film, Isle of Dogs This will be the ninth film for the Houston native and hipsters across the country couldn’t be more excited. Anderson is known for deadpan delivery in his writing and directing and using a recurring cast like Ed Norton, Frances McDormand and Bill Murray. The Pianist’s Adrien Brody will also be co-starring in this film, teaming back up with Anderson after their H&M short film they made this past Christmas.
The upcoming movie, shot in Japan, already has a poster and a release date. Out of the norm, the synopsis of the movie was detailed only a day after the previous were released. We now know that the black comedy is going to be a three hour zoom-in on Brody’s nose.
“This is shaping up to be my best film yet,” Anderson told us. “I’ve honestly been happy with all my films in the past, but I’ve been working on this one since college.” Brody is just as excited as his collaborator and told us that the film might even be released in IMAX 3D. And, of course, it will be released in black and white.