Bryan Cranston, Hope Davis, Jeffrey Wright and Liev Schreiber have joined the growing cast of Wes Anderson’s latest film.
The untitled project is currently filming in Spain and features many of the author’s regular cast, including Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman and Tilda Swinton.
Margot Robbie and Tom Hanks are new to Anderson’s repertoire, while Scarlett Johansson, who previously worked with Anderson on his stop-motion film, The island of dogs, has her first live collaboration with him. Rupert Friend is also on the call.
As was the process for this film, which Anderson wrote and directs, the details of the plot are kept in the breast pocket, but the cast of this film has been indicated to be larger than most of Anderson’s other productions.
Anderson is set to finish filming in late September, just in time for the premiere of his latest movie, The French office, in October via Searchlight.
This is Davis’ first time working with Anderson. The actress just played Cranston on the Showtime animated series. Your Honor and last year he starred alongside Gerard Butler in Greenland. It is replaced by UTA, Kipperman Management, and Arcieri and Associates.
Cranston, represented by UTA, will make his first on-camera foray for Anderson, after dubbing for The island of dogs. The actor finishes filming Jerry and Marge go big.
Wright and Schreiber to be seen at Anderson’s Mail. Schreiber also voiced a character in The island of dogs.
Wright is currently voicing the role of Watcher on the Marvel animated series. What if…? and he’s got a james bond movie No time to die on deck for a fall release and El batman in post-production. It is replaced by CAA and Arcieri and Associates.
Schreiber recently finished filming the Ray Donovan film. It is replaced by UTA and Untitled Entertainment.