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TIFF 2016: Fisher Stevens on “Before the Flood”

It was somehow appropriate that a bee stung me as I was walking to my interview with Fisher Stevens. He’s a veteran character actor whose credits include such beloved titles as “Short Circuit” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” though his major passion has become sounding the alarm on climate change. Show More Summary

Daniel Radcliffe said he would punch someone to work with this director

Daniel Radcliffe really wants to work with Wes Anderson. So much so that the actor said he would punch someone for the opportunity to work with the "Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Royal Tenenbaums" director. "Me and another actor friendShow More Summary

The Tiny Hotel That Has Britain Buzzing

Bees looking to kick back in the lap of luxury now have a hotel designed just for them. The tiny hotel is about the size of a dollhouse and was inspired by Wes Anderson’s 2014 film The Grand Budapest Hotel, which in turn was based on the Corinthia Hotel in Budapest. Show More Summary

This Grand Budapest Style Hotel Is Designed Just For Bees

A miniature boutique lodging is meant to raise awareness for the honey-producing creatures

The Grand Budapest Bee Hotel: Miniature Modeled on Wes Anderson’s Film

3 months agoLifestyle / House & Home : Dornob

“Without bees, there would be no teas,” says Taylors of Harrogate, a British beverage brand, as they present an adorable illustration of their appreciation for these crucial pollinators. Modeled after Wes Anderson’s impossibly twee film...Show More Summary

Desplat wins again

6 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

To augment last year’s Oscar for The Grand Hotel Budapest. Alexandre Desplat has won the coveted Max Steiner Film Music Achievement Award, a hat-tip to a composing legend. The award will be presented at the annual Hollywood in Vienna on October 14.

Marvel Adds Many To ‘Iron Fist’, ‘Defenders’ & ‘Spider-Man’

The Marvel casting couch has been adding actors like crazy over the few days.  THR reported a couple days back that Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel) and Laura Harrier (“One Life To Live“) have joined the cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming.  While details remain scarce on Harrier’s role, Revolori will reportedly be playing a friend […]

Tony Revolori & Laura Harrier Cast in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming’

Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier have just been cast in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, according to Deadline and The Wrap. The 19-year-old Grand Budapest Hotel actor is set to play Peter Parker’s high school nemesis, but won’t be a super villain. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tony Revolori Laura, who has starred on [...]

From Zero to Flash?? GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL's Tony Revolori joins SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING!

Actor joins Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, and possibly Michael Keaton. Read the full article on AICN Zero’s gone from Lobby Boy to school bully in just a few short moves.   19-year-old actor Tony Revolori, who has spent the years sinceShow More Summary

Grand Budapest Hotel’s Tony Revolori Joins ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

EXCLUSIVE: Lobby Boy has checked into the Spider-Man ensemble, and he is exploring his dark side. Up-and-coming young actor Tony Revolori, who played Ralph Fiennes’ sidekick in the Wes Anderson-directed Grand Budapest Hotel, is joining Tom Holland in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Show More Summary


Marvel has reportedly cast an actor from GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL and DOPE for the Spider-Man reboot.

Film - A Bigger Splash

Ralph Fiennes matches his devilishly comic performance in The Grand Budapest Hotel with an equally hilarious turn in this Italian set, mostly English-language...

Charming Paper Dioramas of Wes Anderson Films

For The Grand Budapest Hotel, director Wes Anderson used handmade miniature models to create a fictional landscape, capturing his characters’ world in fantastical, meticulous detail. The homespun aesthetic of the filmmaker’s eccentric,...Show More Summary

Intricate paper dioramas of scenes from Wes Anderson movies

8 months agoHumor / odd :

Spanish artist Mar Cerdà uses watercolor and paper to create amazingly detailed dioramas, including those made from scenes in Wes Anderson movies. So far, he's done scenes from The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Darjeeling Limited, and The Royal Tenenbaums. (via designboom) Tags: art Mar Cerda movies The Darjeeling Limited The Grand Budapest Hotel The Royal Tenenbaums Wes Anderson

Debbie Harry Joins ‘I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House’ – Berlin

Singer and all-round pop culture fave Debbie Harry (Hairspray) has joined the cast of Osgood Perkins' I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, joining Ruth Wilson (The Affair), Bob Balaban (The Grand Budapest Hotel), and Sundance breakout Lucy Boynton (Sing Street). Show More Summary

Sikh Actor & Wes Anderson Favorite Barred From NYC-Bound Flight

Waris Ahluwalia, a high-end men's jewelry designer and actor well known for his roles in Wes Anderson films including The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Darjeeling Limited was barred from a NYC-bound Aero Mexico flight Monday morning when he refused to remove his turban during a security check. [ more › ]

Feature: 2015: Favorite 30 Films

I n 2014, we basked in the warm, soothing glow of genre films. While a number of them veered toward the dark and macabre, many of our absolute favorites — like The Grand Budapest Hotel and our #1 of the year, Under the Skin — were divorced from reality — fascinating and brilliant, obviously, but in the realm of the fantastic rather than in the now. Show More Summary

How to Create a Vintage Wedding Invitation in Adobe InDesign

What You'll Be Creating These invitations, with their vintage-inspired design, wouldn’t look out of place on the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel. They would look great for traditional or vintage-themed wedding celebrations. They also...Show More Summary

Creative Posters Show the Cross Sections of Famous Wes Anderson Locations

10 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Peek inside 111 Archer Ave, the Belafonte, and the Grand Budapest Hotel.

The Craft: How Adam Stockhausen came up with Cold War settings for 'Bridge of Spies'

10 months agoHealth : LA Times: Health

For 2014's "The Grand Budapest Hotel," production designer Adam Stockhausen won his first Oscar for creating a pre-World War II Europe tinged with rosy pink nostalgia. For this year's Cold War thriller "Bridge of Spies," he rebuilt the Berlin Wall with gray mortar against even grayer skies. Stockhausen's...

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