Over the course of his 20-year career, Wes Anderson has bloomed from indie darling to mainstream luminary. His unique stamp on filmmaking often veers toward the eccentric and has drawn in its fair share of criticism, but he’s largely hailed as a cinematic visionary. He’s perhaps best known for dramedies like The Royal Tennenbaums (2001), The Darjeeling Limited (2007), and The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), but in recent years has begun dabbling with animated projects.
In 2009, he released Fantastic Mr. Fox, a critically praised stop-motion comedy based on Roald Dahl’s 1970 children’s novel of the same name. Then, in 2016, he lent his voice to Garth Jenning’s newly-debuted animated flick Sing. While it’s been known for quite some time that Anderson’s next feature would be a return to stop-motion, official details have now emerged about the film.
Anderson has now released a video formally announcing the movie, titled Isle …
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