H&M Turn To Wes Anderson And Adrien Brody For Christmas Campaign Film

It's November, but still...

Having already brought the unlikely duo of David Beckham and Kevin Hart together for a hapless road trip, H&M has gone one further by enlisting Wes Anderson to direct its 2016 Christmas film.

Starring Adrien Brody as a weary train conductor who is tasked with throwing a last-minute Christmas party, the short film features all the pastel colours, hyper-specific timings and slightly awkward dialogue that make Anderson's films so recognisable.

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There are some clothes in there, too.

Speaking about the campaign, Brody said:"This story may resonate more than ever at a time in the world where we could all do with giving a stranger a hug."

We reckon he's on about that whole Trump thing.

Merry Christmas.