Washington, Dec 14 : George Clooney, Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman are among the stars who have provided voices for the leading characters in Wes Anderson's upcoming stop-animation adaptation of Roald Dahl's 'The Fantastic Mr. Fox.'
Schwartzman revealed that it took only 20 minutes for him to record his part in the film after the director duped him about rehearsal time.
"I asked Wes whether we could put aside some time first to talk about the movie, my character, his motivation and so on," Contactmusic quoted Schwartzman, as telling MovieHole.net.
"He said, 'Sure, we'll be fine. We'll rehearse first and then talk about those things later, way before we record anything.'
"It got to the day we were recording... seven o' clock rolls around and we still haven't (rehearsed) anything.
"He says, 'Should we cancel it? It might seem a bit rushed now if we do it. And I said, 'Yeah, it'll be too rushed, let's cancel it.'
"Thing is, he'd already paid the money for the studio. So, he says, 'Lets just go in there and mess around.' And what did we do? We did the entire movie in 20 minutes. Every single take! It was so much fun," he added. (ANI)
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