Wes Anderson, director of Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums among other cult favorites, is populating his next film with an all-star cast that includes an old Anderson favorite as well some new faces to the director's body of work.
Deadline reports that Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Ed Norton, Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton are all in talks to join Anderson for Moon Rise Kingdom, his latest project written by himself and Roman Coppola. Anderson is expected to shoot the film next spring.
Set in the 1960s, Moon Rise Kingdom tells the story of two young adults who fall in love and run away from their New England hometown, leaving the town's residents to launch a search for the missing pair's whereabouts. Norton plays a scout leader on the hunt for the young lovers, Willis is set for the town's sheriff who is having an affair with the missing girl's mother (McDormand), while Murray plays the girl's father. Swinton's role is currently unknown.