Wes Anderson's films have always been defined by a number of factors - the incredible cast list, sharp use of music, style, quirkiness - and it looks like his latest film has all of these and then some.

Isle Of Dogs is a stop-motion animated film set in the "Japanese archipelago twenty years in the future", where dogs have been evacuated from the cities and placed on an island, alone and away from the rest of society. However, a twelve-year old boy decides to defy the law and flies a small plane - this is Wes Anderson, after all - onto the island to look for his dog.

The cast for Isle Of Dogs is pretty much A-list the whole way through, and includes Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Jeff Goldblum, Yoko Ono and Harvey Keitel in voice roles.

Take a look. The Isle Of Dogs hits Irish cinemas on March 30th, 2018.