Even more stars are set to join Wes Anderson’s cast for his next movie project, it has been revealed, as it gears up for production.

Bryan Cranston, Jeffrey Wright, Hope Davis and Liv Shreiber will be taking on roles in the next film to be helmed by Wes Anderson, it has been announced. Anderson has The French Dispatch releasing in October, following a delayed launch, but the director’s attention has already moved onto to his next project which he is set to shoot in Spain next month. The film will also reportedly contain a number of Anderson’s regular collaborators, including Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Tilda Swinton.

We can now add Cranston, Wright, Davis and Shreiber to the swelling numbers of the cast too. They will join Tom Hanks and Margot Robbie as new members of Anderson’s group of players, and the cast for this one seems to be competing with the currently-shooting Knives Out 2 for the ‘Most Impressive Ensemble’ award (yes, we just made that up).

It’s certainly more exciting casting news for the film and we’re interested to hear more details about Anderson’s film as we get them. Should there be more casting announcements, we’ll let you know. We might even find out just what the film is about soon, you never know…

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