Directed by Wes Anderson, The French Dispatch is a comic drama film. The film was supposed to hit the screens on 24 July 2022, but due to the pandemic crisis, it is pushed back to 16 October 2022. However, the date is still subject to change, as it entirely depends on when the situation gets normal.
Who is in the film?
The French Dispatch is starring Benicio del Toro as Moses Rosenthaler, Adrien Brody as Julien Cadazio, Léa Seydoux as Simone, Frances McDormand as Lucinda Krementz, Tilda Swinton as J. K. L. Berenson, Timothée Chalamet as Zeffirelli, Jeffrey Wright as Roebuck Wright, Lyna Khoudri as Juliette, Owen Wilson as Herbsaint Sazerac, Bill Murray as Arthur Howitzer Jr., Lois Smith as Upshur Clampette, Mohamed Belhadjine as Mitch Mitch, Christoph Waltz as Boris Schommers, and Jason Schwartzman as Hermes Jones.
The French Dispatch: Plot
The story swirls around a fictitious magazine The French Dispatch inspired by The New Yorker in which printed “a love letter to journalists”. The story is also about an individual who struggles with issues. He is tired of being told what to write. Due to which he finally decides to write whatever he feels like. The creators also added that it is not about the freedom of the press. Furthermore, they said that the plot is hard to explain because it is a complicated story.
Do we have a Trailer yet?
Yes, we do have a trailer as the film was supposed to swim into cinemas in July, but due to unforeseen situations, it is postponed. Luckily we do have a trailer, and if everything went as it is expected, the fans could hit the cinemas on 16 October 2012. We will notify you if any other information pops as the situation is not going to get back anytime soon due to coronavirus outbreak. Till then, let’s gear up yourself with this trailer.