Fox Animation will turn the Roald Dahl classic "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" into a film that will mix several forms of animation, primarily stop-motion.
"Mr. Fox" will surely become fantastic in the hand of Fox Animation. The studio reportedly is about to turn the Roald Dahl classic title into a film that will mix several forms of animation, primarily stop-motion.
While Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach adapted the book, Anderson will direct and produce the flick, tentatively titled "The Fantastic Mr. Fox," with Scott Rudin.
As of the book, it tells the story of a fox who uses its wits and cunning to outfox three dimwitted farmers who tire of sharing their chickens with the fox and resort to a shock-and-awe offensive.
As for now on, there are no words on the cast nor when shooting on the movie will take place. So you better keep it here for more details.