Wes Anderson's Next Film is Set Shortly After WWII and Will Be Shot in France
If you're a fan of director Wes Anderson and his movies, the first details have surfaced for his next film project. Anderson is the director of films such as Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, Grand Budapest Hotel, and most recently Isle of Dogs. Now he is about to embark on a journey to develop his tenth film.
The French publication Sudoest is reporting that Anderson will start shooting his next film in France in February next year, which is where he's currently living. The shoot will last for four months and the movie will be shot in the southwest commune of Angoulême.
As far as the story goes, all we know at this time is that it will take place just after World War II. It will be really interesting to see what the plot of the film ends up being. There's no doubt that he'll end up casting the usual suspects that he likes to bring into his film projects.
The French New Wave has been a big influence on Anderson's work so with the film shooting in France shortly after WWII, I'm curious to see what he is planning.
Via: The Film Stage