Bill Murray and Wes Anderson have frequent collaborators, and they are gathered for the upcoming movie.
In nine Andersons movies, Murray appeared until now, including the Isle Of Dogs, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, Fantastic Mr Fox, The Darjeeling Limited, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and Rushmore.
The new film sources have now been claimed to indicate that the veteran actor has signed up for an unrevealed role. There’s not much of the film as far as the title and the premise is, but Tilda Swinton is also confirmed. In The French Dispatch, Anderson’s most recent piece that had just opened in Cannes, she also performed alongside Murray.
The new film will be shot in Spain, and the Spanish newspaper El Pais reports that it was constructed in Chinchón near Madrid that looks like a desert.
In the meantime, the first French Dispatch reviews were published last week after its presentation in Cannes. Reviews called it “the endless gunfire,” “a hymn to human curiosity, and compulsion,” commended the movie, which was regarded as a letter to journalists.
The picture stars Adrien Brody, Timothée Chalamet, Elisabeth Moss, Owen Wilson and others, as well as Murray and Swinton. Recently Wilson detailed what he expected of the film, calling it ‘special and original.’
“There are three kinds of main storylines,” he noted. “I love everyone.” He described an account between Benicio Del Toro and Lea Seydoux: “It’s hilarious and nice, this is one of the stories I thought. But they are all good. But they were all good.”