I had some minor involvement with the casino scene.
I designed the chips and plaques and had them made.
I worked with Sir Ben Kingsley & Benedict Cumberbatch over a 2 month period (Jan/Feb 2022) to train them for the scene, and then spent 3 days on set with Wes Anderson in late Feb for the filming.
Yes, it took 3 days to film the 3-1/2 minutes of casino. The overhead shot had around 50 takes as Wes is very fussy and ended up taking a whole day as the tape ran out and the whole gantry had to be brought down for reloading.
I did a bit of everything from the training to set decoration.
Below is my thank you gift, signed after filming. It's the top plaque in the pile of 9 that remains on the table once Sir Ben has dropped one down the slot. I also have the specific plaque that was put down the slot (unsigned) and a few of the chips that were in play on the table, plus the other plaques off the table, and some other denominations of chips and plaques that were on the roulette table (which was croupiered by my friend John Gant who I've worked with on other movies in the past).