Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs
Wes Anderson's trailer for his animated film Isle of Dogs, looks a bit trashy.
Released in 2018, Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs Animated Film is another stop-motion project similar to his 2009 feature Fantastic Mr. Fox. Bill Murray, a staple in Mr. Wes Anderson’s productions, pays one of the 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.
Isle Of Dogs Animated Film Synopsis
The movie is set in Japan, 20 years from now. As explained in the trailer, canine saturation has reached “epidemic proportions.” And an outbreak of dog flu has caused the government to take emergency orders — banishing the dogs to the trash island. “I don’t think I can stomach any more of this garbage,” one dog says. Then, a young boy comes to the island in search of Spot, his lost pooch. “We’ll find him. Wherever he is. If he’s alive. We’ll find your dog,” the dogs console the boy.
The movie features a usual Anderson star-studded cast, including Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Tilda Swinton, Scarlett Johansson, F. Murray Abraham, Bryan Cranston, Yoko Ono, Yasujiro Ozu, Edward Norton, and many more.
Isle of Dogs is Anderson’s first directorial effort since his much-celebrated 2014 feature film The Grand Budapest Hotel.
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