Bryan Cranston instantly agreed to star in Wes Anderson's latest
Bryan Cranston agreed to take a role in Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs before he'd even seen the script.
The actor has lent his voice to a dog called Chief in Wes' new animated feature, which also stars Edward Norton, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton.
The film follows a young boy who goes in search of his dog after the species is banished to an island in Japan, and Bryan has now explained that he had no reservations about getting involved in the project.
"My agent said the first three words, 'Wes Anderson wants.' And I said, 'I'm in,'" he recalled in an interview on U.K. talk show Lorraine on Monday.
"He's such a great filmmaker and auteur and this story is so unique. It introduces you to a different culture, a different language, and it takes you on a journey you're not expecting and you couldn't anticipate."
it’s true. we love to be loved. pic.twitter.com/9gVIdOx1y4— Isle of Dogs (@isleofdogsmovie) March 26, 2018