With their lateral tracking shots and immaculately-designed sets, Wes Anderson movies are always a cause for celebration. Luckily for Anderson fans everywhere, the director's latest film is coming out in 2018, and similar to Fantastic Mr. Fox, this one is going to be stop motion.
Titled Isle of Dogs, the movie takes place in Japan and centers on a boy trying to find his missing pet. Anderson has stated the film was inspired by Rankin-Bass shorts and Akira Kurosawa films—a rather odd combination; will there be canine katanas?—and while we don't know much else about the plot, we can definitely say this movie has one fantastic cast.
Obviously, Bill Murray is going to be in this thing, but we've also got Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum, and Scarlett Johansson. There's Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, Liev Schreiber, and Heisenberg himself, Bryan Cranston. We can't forget about Greta Gerwig and Courtney B. Vance, and we've got to mention Bob Balaban, F. Murray Abraham, and Harvey Keitel.
Even Yoko Ono is in this movie. Yes, that Yoko Ono. And who knows, since this film is about our four-legged friends, maybe Anderson will have her sing "Hound Dog."