Monday, November 10, 2014

One More From Wes

Mr. Anderson, it is said, has more animation up his sleeve.

... Over the weekend, [Wes] Anderson appeared at the Lisbon and Estoril Film Festival to introduce a screening of Vittorio De Sica’s The Gold of Naples—a film he’d only seen a few weeks previous. Nonetheless, he said the film, which consists of six vignettes sharing only the setting of Naples, was an influence on his next project, with the added twist of stop-animation. ...

So what we'll we have here? A hybrid stop-motion feature, like Ray Harryhausen used to make? Or will it be a sequence of live-action, then a dream sequence of stop motion, followed by live-action ... etc.

Hard to know until the movie is getting made.


Grant said...

and this is good---because---why? His first cartoon didn't even break even and was quickly forgotten by kids

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