Maya Hawke Has Joined the Cast of Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City

Maya Hawke Has Joined the Cast of Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City

Stranger Things star Maya Hawke will next star in Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City. Maya stars opposite Tom Hanks, Margot Robbie, Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Cranston, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Jeffrey Wright, and Adrien Brody.

The romantic comedy-drama film is currently under development and it is described as being “larger than most other Anderson films that are ensemble in nature.” The plot details are kept secret and according to trusted sources, Asteroid City has some pending VFX work, and the release date is slated for 2023.

Speaking to Comicbook.com, Jeff Goldblum revealed his role in Asteroid City and shared his experience working with Anderson and his co-stars. he mentioned that his role in Asteroid City is a mysterious role as “kind of tasty” and gushed over the film’s “amazing cast”.

Goldblum said “Well, I like being able to work in the series of movies that are a little bit related to each other, even though they’re very different, of the great Wes Anderson. He’s a genius. I adore him, and in fact, I don’t want to give anything away, but I have a little bit of a sprig of something, maybe kind of tasty, in this next thing that he does. We were in Spain and with an amazing cast, as you can imagine, and had a good time of it.

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Maya Hawke Has Joined the Cast of Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City

Maya Hawke made her first entry in the 2017 BBC adaptation of Little Women and starred as Robin Buckley in the third (2019) and Netflix series Stranger Things Season 4.

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Elina Raven is an author and content writer for maxblizz. Elina completed her graduation in MA Screen Production - Screenwriting and Documentary at the University Of the West Of England, Bristol.

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