Every week, EW will imagine a sequel to a movie that we wish would happen — no matter how unlikely the idea really is.
Wes Anderson doesn’t do actual sequels. He just doesn’t. He and his partners create intricately imagined idiosyncratic worlds and contained stories that function on their own. They don’t need origins or postscripts. And I truly wouldn’t have it any other way. I don’t want to see those brothers take a trip to Macau or Duluth. I don’t care what Margot and Richie and Chas do for Thanksgiving 10 years later. And I really don’t want to find out that Max Fischer took a bleak marketing job somewhere down the line.
But I would like to see Suzy Bishop and Sam Shakusky, the violent, angry, misunderstood heroes of Moonrise Kingdom, take another adventure. Bear with me?
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