ISLE OF DOGS: Name Of Wes Anderson's New Film Released [VIDEO]

– by Drew Carlton

Early this morning, the writer/director Wes Anderson announced the name of his upcoming animated film in a video on Youtube and we now know it will be called ISLE OF DOGS. In the video, the soft-spoken Anderson has a fun time with Edward Norton and we are given the first image from the upcoming film, pictured above.

Anderson started in the world of film when he introduced us to Owen and Luke Wilson in the cult hit Bottle Rocket, and since then his unique style of writing has given us quite a few films over the years such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and his last stop-motion film The Fantastic Mr. Fox. He has a very "dark comedy" style, and now he will tackle another animated film.

We knew his love of the children based genre from his work The Fantastic Mr. Fox and now he will try to bring kids into the fantasy world of one of my favorite things: dogs!

Not much is yet known about the project but he does have a huge list of celebrities involved including Scarlett Johansson, Bryan Cranston, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Harvey Keitel, Liev Schreiber, Jeff Goldblum, Courtney B. Vance, and Yoko Ono. Anderson has written the story and will direct the film and produce it with Jeremy Dawson, Megan Ellison, Steven Rales, and Scott Rudin. Isle of Dogs is filming in London now and should be released in the US in 2018.

Do you like Wes Anderson's work and are you interested in this title? Of the list of celebrities appearing in the film, who do you like the best? Let us hear from you!

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