Adrien Brody is set to join Wes Anderson’s next film with Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton. The trio of actors has quite recently debuted their new collaboration with Wes Anderson in the film The French Dispatch, which screened at the Cannes Film Festival and is required to release in theaters on October 22, 2021. Brody is an Academy Award victor for The Pianist and has had a long, fruitful career in film and TV. He is also most popular for his parts in Midnight in Paris, Houdini, and Peaky Blinders.
Deadline has now brought word that Brody has been cast alongside Murray and Swinton for Anderson’s forthcoming movie, which Anderson will compose and coordinate actually like his past films. Brody has also recently chipped away at The Grand Budapest Hotel, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and The Darjeeling Limited, marking his fifth collaboration with Anderson. The exceptionally anticipated new film is set to shoot in Spain.
Brody has as of late kept himself occupied with starring in the Marilyn Monroe biographical Netflix film Blonde, expected to release in the not so distant future. He will also visitor star in season 3 of Succession, portray Pat Riley in a HBO restricted series about the LA Lakers during the 1980s, and lead in the Epix frightfulness series Chapelwaite.
Brody, along with many actors like Murray and Swinton, have for some time been staples in Anderson’s movies, playing memorable characters that significantly impact the story. While it is obscure what Brody’s job will be, it will be invigorating to see him rejoin with familiar faces in anticipation of Anderson’s next project.