If you can’t wait for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is slated for release in March of next year, then you can satiate your senses with his newest short film Castello Cavalcanti. Starring Anderson’s long time collaborator...Show More Summary
Wes Anderson fans don't have to wait until the release of The Grand Budapest Hotel to see new work from the acclaimed director. The filmmaker behind movies like The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom has created a seven-minute short,...Show More Summary
Good news for those looking for a Wes Anderson fix to tide them over until his next film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, checks into theaters March 7 of next year: the director has teamed up with luxury fashion company Prada to create a short film. Show More Summary
As we anxiously anticipate Wes Anderson‘s next film The Grand Budapest Hotel, the quirky auteur has gifted us with a short film while we wait. No, it’s not a horror movie, it’s the short film Castello Cavalcanti, which stars Jason Schwartzman as a race car driver who crashes into a small village in 1955. Not [...]
After delighting audiences with a bittersweet story of first love in Moonrise Kingdom, writer-director Wes Anderson has cruelly made us wait until 2014 to see his follow-up The Grand Budapest Hotel. But for those of you who need more...Show More Summary
You'll have to wait until 2014 to see Grand Budapest Hotel, but in the meantime, Wes Anderson made this eight-minute short film for Prada, Castello Cavalcanti.
As we eagerly wait for Wes Anderson's next film The Grand Budapest Hotel next summer (and continue laughing at the "Saturday Night Live" horror movie spoof inspired by the director), the filmmaker behind The Royal Tenenbaums and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou has just released a new short film called Castello Cavalcanti. Show More Summary
Fans have to wait until March to check out the latest immaculately assembled Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, but the director released a short film today via Prada’s YouTube page: Set in 1955, it stars Jason Schwartzman as a race-car driver who crashes his ride in small Italian town. Show More Summary
How I Met Your Mother will be doing something extremely annoying, because hey, last season; Berlin instead of Hungary is the new home of The Grand Budapest Hotel; monthly DirecTV payments are equal to the monthly lease on a mid-size sedan; and you just might be getting the Ramones movie you didn't know you wanted. Read more...
BERLIN -- BERLIN (AP) — Wes Anderson's new movie, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," is to open the 2014 Berlin Film Festival. Festival organizers said Tuesday the event kicks off on Feb. 6 with the world premiere of the movie, which stars Ralph Fiennes, Adrien Brody, Jude Law and Edward Norton. Show More Summary
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel will debut as the opening night film of the Berlin Film Festival on February 6, 2014. Anderson returns to the festival with this world premiere after his The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou and The Royal Tennenbaums ran there in competition in 2005 and 2002, respectively. Show More Summary
In the past several weeks, two bits of Wes Anderson news have surfaced. One is the trailer for the filmmaker's forthcoming cinematic venture, The Grand Budapest Hotel. The second is the release of a new book The Wes Anderson Collection, which offers a peak into the director's elaborate process for creating his movies's aesthetics. Show More Summary
What if instead of the magnificent looking "Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson's next movie was a slap-sticky horror movie set to the tune of "The Royal Tenenbaums?" "Saturday Night Live" posed that question and answered it beautifully...Show More Summary
Wes Anderson, horror maven? Here’s Edward Norton channeling his Grand Budapest Hotel co-star Owen Wilson and nailing Anderson’s twee trademarks in one of the night’s few bright spots:
Likely capitalizing on the hype from this week's release of the trailer for The Grand Hotel Budapest, SNL put together a fake trailer for a fake Wes Anderson twee-horror movie, including brilliant references to pretty much every major Wes Anderson film trope America has come to love.
The "Grand Budapest Hotel" star will host the live sketch show this weekend for the first time. read more
Not sure why SNL felt this was the right week for Edward Norton to make his hosting debut, considering all he did in 2013 was an episode of The Simpsons and he doesn't have a movie coming out until The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014. However, in spite of this... More »
This week’s episode of the GeekScholars Movie News podcast is ripe with casting rumors! It sounds like Marvel is down to either Paul Rudd or Joseph Gordon-Levitt to play Ant-Man, Jurassic World begins negotiating with some potentialShow More Summary
Sometimes I find Wes Anderson films too twee. And sometimes I find them just the right amount of twee. From what I’ve seen of the new trailer for “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” I have high hopes for the latter. Lush colors, quirky characters, zany storylines and Tilda Swinton as a recently deceased amorous elderly heiress. Checking in? Yes, please.
Lily Rothman watches the above trailer and snarks, “If there was ever any question whether director Wes Anderson’s next film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, would look like a Wes Anderson film, those doubts are hereby assuaged.” Marc Tracy, on the other hand, applauds the director’s dependable style: Consistency is today the hallmark of our most valuable artists. […]