Wes Anderson has been known in Hollywood as one of the most talented directors today. He is known to the film industry for his distinct style and amazing screenplays. His Movies are often highly praised for their boldness, ever-changing elements, and stunning visual cinematography. That’s why when the director and writer makes a film, a lot of people expect a lot. After all his movies like “the Moonrise Kingdom” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” wasn’t just entertaining, but a true masterpiece in every way.

That’s why his latest upcoming movie “Isle Of Dogs” is already creating a lot of Oscar buzz.

What is the film about? What’s got everybody buzzing this time around?

Stop motion dystopia

Director and screenplay writer Wes Anderson has done it again. His upcoming film “Isle of Dogs” has a lot of people already excited about it. The trailer dropped early this week, and many people are already expressing positive feedback.

According to the trailer, “Isle of Dogs” is set in a dystopian Japan where dogs are increasing in population. Due to their growing numbers, an outbreak of dog flu caused the government to send the dogs outside of the country to an island made of garbage. The story follows a boy named Atari Kobayashi who goes to the island in an attempt to search for his missing dog, Spots.

It will also follow the lives of four exiled dogs named Chief, Rex, Boss, and Duke.

Just like Anderson’s adaptation of “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” the film is made using stop-motion. A lot of people are already talking about how beautiful the film looks with Anderson’s style combined with stop-motion. The visuals combined with his technique made the world inside the film feel alive and entirely different on its own.

According to the director, “Isle of Dogs” is insipid by two films; Akira Kurosawa’s “Rashomon” and “Seven Samurai.”

Cast and backlash

The Wes Anderson film is not complete without its equally amazing cast. The voice cast includes; Bryan Cranston as Chief, Edward Norton as Rex, Bill Murray as Boss, Jeff Goldblum as Duke, Koyu Rankin as Atari Kobayashi, and other big actors like Tilda Swinton, Scarlett Johansson, Ken Watanabe, and Yoko Ono.

However, as stellar as the cast and as beautiful the film; some people are accusing the upcoming movie of whitewashing. The criticism came from some people online who think that the film has cast a majority of white people to play in a predominant Japanese setting. So far, Director Anderson has not officially replied to the issue yet.

Isle of Dogs” is set to come out next year for the United States on March 23, 2018