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Fantastic Mr Fox, London Film Festival

Fantastic Mr Fox, London Film Festival

Crazy like a vulpus: Wes Anderson's first animated feature

It would be an understatement to say that the auguries weren't good for Wes Anderson's first animated movie, the world premiere of which opened the London Film Festival last night. The distributor - Twentieth Century Fox, by a neat coincidence - was coy about screening it to critics, the trailer (below) was teeth-grindingly unfunny and an uncommonly candid feature in the Los Angeles Times earlier this week reported deep tensions on the film's London set.

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