Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Cranston and Edward Norton to voice Wes Anderson's new dog animation
Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum has revealed that he has signed up to star in director Wes Anderson's new movie and is part of a big-name cast.
According to Nerdist, speaking onstage during his weekly jazz show with his band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Goldblum responded to an audience member's question about whether he would work with Anderson again and responded by saying that he would be lending his voice to a character in Anderson’s new movie, a stop-motion animated dog flick.
Then, he added, he would also be joined in the movie by Gosford Park's Bob Balaban, American History X star Edward Norton and Breaking Bad mainman Bryan Cranston and they will be playing a pack of dogs.
Beyond what Goldblum has said, which also included telling the audience that it was "Japanese-inspired", little known is about Anderson's new movie, though there a few reports that it has entered pre-production.
With the exception of Cranston, this reunites three members of the cast of Anderson's 2014 hit movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, which you can purchase on the right-hand side of the page.