A new Wes Anderson-directed picture will feature the return of actor Bill Murray to the cast. Murray will provide the voice of a dog in a the stop-action film.
The film is inspired by a Japanese story, and will be a film similar to “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” Murray said.
The film will be comedic, Murray also said, but no further details have been released about the film except some of its other case members.
Other voice roles will be taken on by Jeff Goldblum, Bob Balaban, Edward Norton (all of whom played in past Anderson films), and Bryan Cranston, known for his role on the television series “Breaking Bad.”
By Andy Stern
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