You Could Play a Dog in Wes Anderson’s New Movie

Kate Horowitz

It’s not easy being a dog in Wes Anderson’s films. His canine characters have been shot with arrows, drugged, abandoned, and run over by a high-out-of-his-mind Owen Wilson. But hey, we’re not judging. If that sounds like a good time to you, you might want to enter to win a voiceover part in Anderson’s upcoming feature Isle of Dogs.

The director announced the new animated project—which reunites Andersonverse favorites Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, Bob Balaban, Tilda Swinton, and Jeff Goldblum—via video this week.

Anderson is also raffling off all kinds of awesome prizes on his Crowdrise page. Each $10 donation buys one ticket, which could win you a signed book, DVD, or the grand prize: a trip to the Isle of Dogs set, a real puppet from the film, and a voiceover role (note: “barking, howling & whimpering may be required”). All proceeds from the raffle will go to Martin Scorsese's nonprofit Film Foundation, which works to preserve movie history.