This one is for those celeb-obsessed dog owners out there.
For Wes Anderson’s newest film, the whimsical director is creating a new stop-motion animated feature. Instead of focusing on the fantastic lives of foxes, this one is going to the dogs.
Isle of Dogs takes place in a dystopian future in Japan, where the nation’s dogs are being quarantined on a trash-filled island over fears of the dreaded canine flu.
And while dog flu is real and serious, it certainly isn’t a reason to evict your pet. A boy, Atari Kobayashi, knows this to be true, and works to retrieve his faithful furry companion from the island with the help of a rag-tag group of mutts.
While the dogs in the film may look a little scruffy, they are voiced by an A-list cast. Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum and Bryan Cranston all lend their voices to the pooches helping Atari along. The voices of Scarlett Johansson, Greta Gerwig and Frances McDormand can also be heard.
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While Isle of Dogs doesn’t come out until March, we have the exclusive first look at the aforementioned fidos in the movie’s first motion poster. Even when they are sneezing, these dogs look like stars.