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Adrien Brody & Jeff Goldblum Represent 'Grand Budapest Hotel' at PGA Awards 2015

Adrien Brody is suave in a black suit at the 2015 Producers Guild of America Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Saturday (January 24) in Los Angeles. The 41-year-old actor was joined by his The Grand Budapest Hotel co-star Jeff Goldblum, his wife Emilie Livingston, J.K. Simmons, Edward Norton, and Common. PHOTOS: [...]

Mysterious D.C. mogul Steve Rales is behind Oscar-nominated pic

When director Wes Anderson collected his best-comedy Golden Globe for “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” the very first person he thanked from the stage was Steve Rales. Don’t know the name? That’s not surprising. The Washington-based businessman...Show More Summary

My preference for fictionalized historical movies, with a particular note on the ones with a fictional country.

I'm thinking about why I don't want to see the movie "Selma" and why the only movie from last year that I took the time to watch was "The Grand Budapest Hotel." I also don't want to see "American Sniper," and I avoided the movie "Lincoln," even when it was staring me in the face on television and even though I love Daniel Day-Lewis. Show More Summary

Oscar Surprises and Snubs: Sniper Hits the Mark, Everything Is Not Awesome for Lego, Selma and Aniston

Birdman soared and The Grand Budapest Hotel housed a bunch of Oscar nominations, but there were a bunch of huge curveballs that shook up the race. Check out the biggest surprises and snubs from Thursday's announcement. Birdman, Grand...Show More Summary

Birdman, Grand Budapest Hotel Lead Oscar Nominations

Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel topped Thursday's Oscar nominations with nine mentions each, including Best Picture. The Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu satire and offbeat Wes Anderson film will contend for the top prize against six...Show More Summary

Oscars 2015: Best picture, director and script front-runners

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'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is most magical on the big screen

Watching Wes Anderson's magical mystery tour of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" again recently, this time on my home TV, I was reminded that it is even more magical on the big screen. That darkened theater just puts you in the proper place to absorb its imagery, its secrets and especially, to be...

Below the Line: Shooting ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel

Robert Yeoman, the cinematographer for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," discusses his work.

Oscarnomics 2015: What Awards Can Do for Your Brand and Bottom Line

The Golden Globes recently kicked off the Hollywood awards season. Some believe that the big winners -- Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel -- are unlikely to get a significant boost in box office revenue since both movies are (1) Indie films with limited distribution and (2) no longer playing in more than a limited number of theaters. Show More Summary

Honest posters for 2015 Oscar nominees

6 days agoOdd : Boing Boing

The good folks over at The Shiznit "decided to make new posters for the nominees that tell you what you can really expect." Above: Grand Budapest Hotel. Below: American Sniper. Read the rest

Sunday Roundup

This week, the Oscar race heated up, with Birdman and Grand Budapest Hotel leading the way with nine nominations each. In much more serious news, the planet itself continues to heat up, with NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announcing that 2014 was the hottest year in the 135 years since record-keeping began. Show More Summary

'Grand Budapest Hotel' is Back in Theaters, 'Birdman' Expands Too

hat the nominations for the 87th Academy Awards have been announced, there's plenty of people who are trying to figure out how to see the eight Best Picture nominees. Most of them are still in theaters, and Fox Searchlight is making it easier to catch their two big nominees on the big screen this weekend. Show More Summary

Oscars 2015: Plenty of good fortune for studios' art house wings

Fox Searchlight knew "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was a great film, but studio executives never imagined it would end up a top Oscar contender.

Oscars 2015: Plenty of good fortune for studios' art house wings

Fox Searchlight knew "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was a great film, but studio executives never imagined it would end up a top Oscar contender.

‘Birdman’ Theaters Expand Today After Oscar Nom Success

Fox Searchlight’s Birdman is joining its studio sibling The Grand Budapest Hotel in boosting its theater presence after yesterday’s box office bonanza, when the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu-directed pic picked up nine nominations including for Best Pictures. Show More Summary

'Grand Budapest Hotel' Returns to Theaters This Weekend

After receiving 9 Oscar nominations, Wes Anderson's acclaimed comedy 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' returns to theaters January 16. [...]

Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Gathered Oscar Nominated & Not-Nominated For One Memorable Party

Last night’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, held just hours after the Oscar nominations were announced, was a big night of celebration for a lot of movies like Boyhood, Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Still Alice, Whiplash and others who managed to win a slew of trophies Thursday night, while still basking in the glory of their multiple Oscar nods. Show More Summary

Grand Budapest Hotel’ Checks Back Into Theaters After Oscar Nom Haul

Fox Searchlight dodged enough champagne corks last night following its big Oscar nominations day to decide it will rerelease Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel in select cities for special return engagements on Friday. Searchlight...Show More Summary

A Grand Pair of Matt Zoller Seitz Books

The awards success of The Grand Budapest Hotel rolls on. Wes Anderson’s latest confection led yesterday morning’s Oscar nominations, along with Birdman, and later in the day, added a Critics’ Choice Film Award for Best Comedy to go along...Show More Summary

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