Wes Anderson dropped by Reddit's r/movie community yesterday to do a Q&A with the board's biggest fans. Ostensibly there to promote his new film Isle of Dogs, Anderson's own description read he was available to field "questions about all of my critically acclaimed, generally applauded, and symmetrically brilliant films."

As proof he uploaded a photo of Mr. Fox done up in meme format to Kanye West's "Monster," as seen below.

The description and proof acted as a perfect setup for what quickly became a legendary AMA sesh. Check out some of the best Q&As below but make sure to keep in mind that the AMA took place on April 1.

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