Wes Anderson is shooting his new movie in Spain and production is set to begin in September.
In a recent interview with DifferentTilda Swinton has revealed that she will be involved in the project, as details about it are closely watched. Although the movie is being shot in Spain, it is not Around Spain,” Swinton hinted. Meanwhile, talk to Different From England, Anderson said he was “not ready to share details” about the new film.
It is believed that the project was scheduled to launch in Rome, but it moved to Spain earlier this year. In the past two months, in Chinchon, a small city southeast of Madrid, clusters similar to desert landscapes have been created, according to a report by the Spanish company El País. However, the film is not necessarily considered Western.
Anderson hasn’t made a movie in America since Moonrise Kingdom in 2012. The director lives in Paris, and all of his recent films have a strong European flavor.
The film marks the fifth collaboration between the “Rushmore” star and Swinton, who have also worked together on “The French Dispatch”, “Island of Dogs”, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Moonrise Kingdom”. The actress and director will be on the catwalk at next week’s Cannes Film Festival, where she will play “The French Dispatch” in competition. Swinton appears in four other films showing at the festival, including “Memoria” by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, “The Souvenir Part II” and “The Souvenir” by Joanna Hogg, and Mark Cousins’ documentary “The Storms of Jeremy Thomas” “.
Anderson’s The French Dispatch was supposed to be shown at Cannes last year, but was put on hold after the festival was canceled due to the pandemic. His official return to Croisette was first reported by Different. Filmed in Ogolemy, France, the film is presented in front of an American newspaper called The French Dispatch in a fictional 20th-century French town with a collection of stories.
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