Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle Of Dogs’ Behind The Scenes Released In Virtual Reality At CES

In collaboration Felix & Paul Studios and Google Spotlight Stories and Wes Anderson and his long-awaited ‘Isle of Dogs’ goes VR now.

Fox Innovation Lab hosted an event of course focused on technology during CES. The Virtual Reality experience takes audiences inside the miniature world of Wes Anderson’s upcoming stop-motion animated film. The director created a scenario in which viewers come face-to-face with members of the cast who are interviewed, in canine character, on set.

Watch the premiere and see the beautiful pictures below:





The voice providers for the movie are Bryan Cranston – as Chief, Scarlett Johansson – as Nutmeg and Jeff Goldblum as Duke, as the dogs in the movie and they’re both talking as their own selves or in character, when viewed in VR, and includes a lot of fun. Plus, the complete five-and-a-half-minute experience also includes the characters Boss (voiced by Bill Murray), Rex (voiced by Edward Norton), Spots (voiced by Liev Schreiber), Oracle (voiced by Tilda Swinton), Jupiter (voiced by F. Murray Abraham) and King (voiced by Bob Balaban).

The combination of dogs talking in “real time” before the audience and animators whisking by accelerating and creating a surreal effect that also highlights all the work that goes into making a movie such nice.

The full experience is going to be released in the late January and also having a moment in Sundance Film Festival for Google Daydream headsets.

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