It’s been announced that director Wes Anderson’s next project will be his second stop-motion animated film, following in the footsteps of Fantastic Mr. Fox, and that the storyline will surround a dog. Other than that, little else was known about it — until Jeff Goldblum spilled the beans during a recent concert.
The actor, who moonlights as a musician leading his jazz band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, was chatting with the audience during a recent performance and reportedly revealed the cast.
According to Nerdist, Goldblum told the crowd of about 100 that he was co-starring alonside Bob Balaban, Bryan Cranston and Edward Norton in the latest from the director of The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Furthermore, he added that he and his fellow thespians would be playing a pack of dogs, and that the film would be “Japanese-inspired.”;
Goldblum’s loose-lipped leak follows a Page Six report that Cranston, Norton and Anderson were seen dining in NYC with frequent Anderson collaborator Bill Murray. Hmm…