It seems Wes Anderson has added an impressive new voice to his deadpan chorus. According to Nerdist, Jeff Goldblum has revealed that Bryan Cranston will join Bob Balaban, Edward Norton, and himself in the stop-motion dog movie Anderson was recently revealed to be working on. Adding credence and another actor to that news, back in June Page Six noted that Anderson, Cranston, Norton, and, of course, Bill Murray were sighted sharing a late lunch to presumably talk about this project.
Goldblum also added that the new film is in some way "Japanese-inspired." Given Anderson's long history of canine abuse, Cranston the Dog should probably just steer clear of any stop-motion tentacles.