He adds: "If Wes's filmmaking is as good as usual, it will have an impact on all of us. It seems like the themes are very powerful right now, very appropriate for the time."
Murray, the owner of a dog called Tim Murray, calls the animals "the property of heaven, there to enlighten us" and says he needed "very little persuasion" to make an eighth collaboration with Anderson, after starring in his films including The Life Aquatic and Rushmore.
Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Liev Schreiber, Jeff Goldblum, Bob Balaban and Murray, who play literal underdogs Chief, Rex, Spots, Duke, King and Boss respectively, recorded their key scenes together.
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