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Nobody is as dryly quirky as Wes Anderson. Heck, the guy's made a whole career on being the most offbeat filmmaker around, with films like "Bottle Rocket," The Royal Tenenbaums" and "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" almost creating an entire new genre of film: The Wes Anderson movie.
But there's never been a trailer as Wes Anderson-y as Wes Anderson's newest trailer, "Moonrise Kingdom."
Set in the pre-ironic 1960s for extra oomph, "Moonrise Kingdom" stars unknowns Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward as two New England kids weary of living in the '60s and decide to run away from home. Naturally, that sets off a chain reaction of unlikely events as a bunch of adults — including Frances McDormand, Bruce Willis, Ed Norton and Anderson stalwart Bill Murray — form a search party to locate the missing kids.
What happens next can only be described as truly Andersonian. Check out the trailer, courtesy of Apple Trailers, and see for yourself.