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March 22, 2018 3:56 PM EDT

Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs cast, including Bill Murray and Jeff Goldblum, are clamoring for the film to have more dog-friendly screenings.

The film, which has already had a few canine-included screenings in venues like San Francisco’s The Roxie Theater and Denver’s Sie Film Center, has a star-studded cast that is vocally advocating for furry friends to have access to the movie as well.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Bill Murray, who voices a dog named Boss, enthusiastically backed pooches in the theater.

“I think it’s a very good idea. I think it’s a great idea, as a matter of fact,” Murray said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of theaters had dog days. We have dog days at baseball parks, and it’s a huge hit. I think they should have dog days in the movie theater.”

Jeff Goldblum, who also voices a pup in the film and was spotted hanging out with a pup at the New York premiere of the film, was in hearty agreement, even offering his services in case a dog had an unexpected accident.

“I’ll come and clean up, too, if they make any mess,” he said. “Bring them in! We can’t get too close to dogs!”



Write to Cady Lang at cady.lang@timemagazine.com.

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