In case you were worried the switch to stop-motion animation could lose some of Wes Anderson's signature stylization, this new photo should reassure you that we'll still be seeing the immaculate set design, symmetrical composition, and peculiar decor characteristic of the meticulous director. We're finally seeing what a Wes Anderson film would look like if we lived in a parallel universe populated by Star Foxes, and it thankfully isn't just this with the STP replaced by a Kinks song.
You should really see the detail in... detail, here (via ComingSoon).
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