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Wes Anderson designed a cafe and it’s almost as good as his movies

The cafe is alight with the soft, mid-century color palette and details one could easily find on a Grand Budapest Hotel storyboard. Much of the building's original structure is preserved, as well, including the arched ceiling. Anderson is praised for to

I Heart My City: Gábor’s Budapest

Gábor Dory is head of communications at the five-star Corinthia Hotel Budapest, one of the Old World grande dames that inspired Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel." "From the historic thermal baths and museums to the modern 21st-century vibe of young Budapest, everyone who visits Budapest is guaranteed to enjoy themselves," he says. Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Designed a Bar, and It's Everything You'd Expect (and Then Some)

From the cartoonish decks of The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou's Belafonte to the pastel facade of The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson fans have long admired the director's kitschy, fantastical, and eternally symmetrical flair for design. Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Designed A Cafe In Milan, And It's Exactly What You Would Expect

Eccentric filmmaker and screenwriter Wes Anderson is best known for the extraordinary set decoration and impeccable attention to detail in his films like "The Royal Tenenbaums" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel." His style is immediately...Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Will Inspire A$AP Rocky's Upcoming Short Film

Rocky finds inspiration in "The Grand Budapest Hotel." Read more...

Staff Picks: A book about a movie, a Minnesota band, and some Star Wars pinball

The Grand Budapest Hotel by Matt Zoller Seitz Film critic Matt Zoller Seitz created the ultimate fanzine—in the form of a gorgeous coffee table book—with The Wes Anderson Collection, a richly detailed study and appreciation of the filmmaker’s work. Show More Summary

Wes Anderson’s Violence

(Gore) Wes Anderson is no Quentin Tarantino, but his films can get pretty brutal too, as shown here in Dávid Velenczei’s supercut. Willem Dafoe was such a badass in The Grand Budapest Hotel.

L.A. Startup Enlists Famed Behind-the-Scenes Guys for Job-Hunting Work

If the names Simon Duggan and Gerald Sullivan don’t ring a bell, perhaps you may know their work as cinematographer and set designer, respectively, on films ranging from The Dark Knight Rises to The Grand Budapest Hotel. Now, the pair...Show More Summary

we meet annie atkins, graphic designer of the grand budapest hotel’s empire of zubrowka

From designing Henry VIII’s death warrants in The Tudors to working as lead graphic designer on the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel and creating those pink Mendl’s boxes, Annie Atkins is making waves in the film industry.

The 100 best films of the decade (so far)

last monthHumor / odd : Kottke.org

From the AV Club, a publication by The Onion, a list of the 100 best films of the decade (so far). Good to see Her, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Tree of Life, and Upstream Color on there, among others. Tags: best of best of 2010s lists movies

Review: Woman in Gold and Effie Gray Prove Films About Women In History Need A Little More Actual History

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

March and April tend to have movies with some potential to be sleepers (like The Grand Budapest Hotel); but they also often feature movies which were originally produced to be awards contenders but, after being produced, failed to make the grade. Show More Summary

See Some Recent Hits as They'd Have Looked at Your Local VHS Place

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

We've seen the modern films given outdated VHS sleeves thing before, but hey, here it is again and done even better with a set created for an April Fool's article at Golem13. Have a look below to see how The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Wolf of Wall Street, Game of Thrones and more would have looked had they coexisted beside a beaded curtain veiling the "adults only" room.

The Best Film Of 2014 (And You Haven't Seen It Yet)

What was the best film of 2014? The Oscars said Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance). The New York Film Critics said it was Boyhood. The LA Film Critics Association agreed, naming The Grand Budapest Hotel as the runner-up. Show More Summary

Best Art Ever (This Week): Tintin, Hardware, Grand Budapest Hotel, Michonne and More

We make a regular practice at ComicsAlliance of spotlighting particular artists or specific bodies of work, as well as the special qualities of comic book storytelling, but because cartoonists, illustrators and their fans share countless...Show More Summary

Harvey Keitel Joins ‘Rio Heat’

Harvey Keitel (The Grand Budapest Hotel, From Dusk Till Dawn) has joined the cast of Jon Cassar’s action/comedy series Rio Heat opposite Victor Webster. Keitel will play Hubert Humbolt, a mysterious figure and ex-CIA operator who now owns the largest private investigation company in the world. Show More Summary

Grand Budapest,’ ‘Wild’ Top Location Managers Awards

The Grand Budapest Hotel and Wild took the top film honors tonight in the second annual Location Managers Guild Awards which were presented at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. The black-tie eventShow More Summary

Indie spotlight: Pushkin Press

When Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won Oscars for its costumes, makeup, score and production design, it swept something else along in its winning tide: Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. The long-deceased author, who wrote in German, penned the personal stories that were the film's...

Built to Spill tour the US this spring, new album out on Record Store Day

Hey, you guys see that Grand Budapest Hotel movie yet? I know, I know; it was all Oscar-y and whatnot, but I totally JUST GOT AROUND to seeing it yesterday. Downloaded the thing right off of Amazon, actually. Super easy. Weird to “download” a movie still, by the way. Show More Summary

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