One of Wes Anderson's major strengths as a filmmaker is that he creates these little worlds and even shows the spaces and characters in purposefully dollhouse-like sets. So maybe stop motion animation was a natural place for him to end up, where literally everything is created and literally everything is little. Let's go down the rabbit hole--sorry, up the fox tree--and take a look at Anderson's first foray into both adaptation and stop motion: Fantastic Mr. Fox.
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