Wes Anderson is back with The French Dispatch, a “love letter to reporters” that boasts one of his greatest casts.
Embed In the 20 th century in the imaginary city of Ennui-sur-Blasé, Anderson’s follow- approximately Island of Dogs concentrates on an American reporter based in France (thus the name of the imaginary paper: The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Night Sun). Costs Murray stars as Arthur Howitzer Jr., The French Dispatch’s editor, whose editorial personnel consists of characters played by Elisabeth Moss, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Fisher Stevens, Griffin Dunne, and Wally Wolodarsky.
The French Dispatch stories that are dramatized within the movie, on the other hand, function Adrien Brody as art dealership Julian Cadazio, Henry Winkler and Bob Balaban as Cadazio’s uncles, Benicio del Toro as incarcerated artist Moses Rosenthaler, Léa Seydoux as his jail guard and muse, Jeffrey Wright as food reporter Roebuck Wright, Frances McDormand as reporter Lucinda Krementz, and Lyna Khoudri and Timothée Chalamet as student revolutionaries.
The movie is set to strike theaters on July24 Take a look at the (perfectly detailed) poster below.