For those that love Wes Anderson, you'll be happy to hear that he has a new movie in the works. It's his return to stop-animation following 2009's Fantastic Mr. Fox. He sat down for an hour-long masterclass to take about the film Isle of Dogs, and his influences and inspirations behind it.

"The new film is really less influenced by stop-motion movies than it is by Akira Kurosawa," he said. "The reason to hide your [inspirations] is because you’re trying to steal them, and if you can sneak them in then you’ve gained something without having to lose something." Watch below.

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