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    Why are people on this thread acting like Wes Anderson didn’t just give us the Oscar nominated gems of Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle of Dogs back to back in the last decade before The French Dispatch. And those movies didn’t have different plot, settings and lead characters even though he had the usual suspects in the ensemble.

    And even The French Dispatch wasn’t all that bad in my opinion. He was clearly going for a tribute to the New Yorker with vignettes about different articles one could find in a New Yorker issue. It was okay for what it was..

    This film on the other hand apparently has one full plot and a straightforward story unlike French Dispatch. So I don’t get why everyone is being so negative.

    Negativity is de riguere here, most of the time. Unless we’re talking about EEAAO….

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    Negativity is de riguere here, most of the time. Unless we’re talking about EEAAO….

    Bro. Exactly. It’s weird.

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    Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City,” which wrapped production last October, is sitting out the year. No word yet on the reasons why, but, according to a well-informed festival programmer, it’s aim is a 2023 release. It might have to do with extensive VFX work, but it’s pure speculation.

    The highly anticipated film stars Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Tom Hanks, Margot Robbie, Scarlett Johansson, Adrien Brody, Bryan Cranston and Jeffrey Wright. Anderson shot “Asteroid City” in Spain last August. Plot details have been kept very hush-hush, but we do know that the film is said to take place in Arizona and not Spain.

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    Since both films have called it quits on 2022, then we can look ahead to either a 2023 world premiere at Berlin or Cannes. The latter seems more likely, but Anderson does have a cozy relationship with the Berlinale, so maybe that’s not out of the question either.

    Via https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/2022/6/klvmkwn1vpplzcl1aoz9wigxk8df0n

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    I honestly don’t believe that article. I’m still predicting a Venice 2022 premiere for Asteroid City.

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