Less than two weeks after the unveiling of his new starring vehicle, "The Darjeeling Limited", Owen Wilson has quickly made a follow-up about the ones to play his two brothers in the project. The funnyman has recently revealed to Australian newspaper, The Herald Sun, that they surprisingly are Adrien Brody and the film's co-writer, Jason Schwartzman, thereby making the main cast fixed for sure.
For Brody, this picture will mark his first collaboration with Wilson while the second for Schwartzman as the two previously appeared together in "Rushmore" (1998). The movie itself is planned to be shot in India under the direction of Wes Anderson, a longtime friend of Wilson.
An Oscar-winning actor, Brody is last seen playing Jack Driscoll in Peter Jackson's "King Kong" (2005) alongside the likes of Naomi Watts, Jack Black, plus Andy Serkis. During the same year, Schwartzman also was noticed for his performances in "Bewitched" and "Shopgirl" opposite Claire Danes.