Illustrations by Mark Dingo Francisco. Photos via Designboom. If you love the whimsical, color-saturated world of Wes Anderson, and even, perhaps, find yourself wishing you could pay a visit to the Grand Budapest Hotel or the home of the...
Lea Seydoux has been offered the role. Read the full article on AICN MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL/THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL’s Lea Seydoux has been offered the role of Bella Donna Boudreaux in the Channing Tatum-fronted GAMBIT flick...Show More Summary
Illustration by Max Dalton. All images courtesy of The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel by Matt Zoller Seitz, published by Abrams. If you want to see the all moodboard inspirations, set and costume treatments, and behind-the-scenes photos for Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel then this is the book for you. Show More Summary
The arrest scene in The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Pin it If you've seen every film, you've bought the book, you're planning a trip to the café, and you're still looking for more Wes Anderson. Check out the adorable 2D game Maquisard, loosely inspired by The Grand Budapest Hotel. READ MORE »
People who love Wes Anderson tend to really love Wes Anderson. His fans get tattoos inspired by his work, and they name their children after his characters. Many say, unequivocally, that they want to live in a Wes Anderson movie. AtShow More Summary
Making its way to theaters this summer after a premiere at the 2015 Sundance film Festival is the indie, coming of age tale Brooklyn starring The Lovely Bones, Hanna and The Grand Budapest Hotel star Saorise Ronan. Set in 1950s New York...Show More Summary
Slip into the mind of the lobby boy inspired by Wes Anderson’s latest masterpiece in this computer game created by students.
Find a secret agent in a candy-colored world of secrets. If filmmaker Wes Anderson were to design a video game, he'd create something like Maquisard. The 2-D game is based loosely on Anderson's film The Grand Budapest Hotel, and it has the pastel hues and twee affectations to match. Read Full Story
It’s no secret that Wes Anderson loves a literary reference. But this video essay from The A to Z Review has compiled all the most literary moments in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Rushmore. Show More Summary
The name of this video says it all, as YouTube’s Steve Ramsden mashes up the unlikely tandem of Wes Anderson’s THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL with Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING in brilliant fashion. He came up with the idea...Show More Summary
As we've seen in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Snowpiercer, and TV shows like Game of Thrones, production design can make or break a film. But in In Praise of Chairs, film essayist Tony Zhou zeroes in on the importance ofShow More Summary
You'd think that a horror classic about a man dealing homicidal past life issues with his family and a charming period piece comedy about an assiduous hotel concierge and his lobby boy apprentice would have little to nothing in common. Show More Summary
The Grand Budapest Hotel probably didn't give you nightmares, but what if someone mashed it up with The Shining? That's exactly what filmmaker Steve Ramsden does in The Grand Overlook Hotel. It's uncanny how the scenes, the cinematography, and even the pinkish hues in the films match up so well. Show More Summary
‘The Grand Overlook Hotel’ is a seamless mashup of Kubrick classic horror and Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel.’
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Stanley Kubrick's 1980 horror classic The Shining and Wes Anderson's award-winning Grand Budapest Hotel probably don't seem that much alike. But with some clever editing, the two hotel-based films go together like peanut butter and horribly frightening jelly! [ Video: Someone Set Beyoncé's Single Ladies Video To The DuckTales Theme Song ] Editor Steve Ramsden says he was [...]
Most people loved Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. While it suggested darker overtones of war and violence, it remained a whimsical Anderson foray into manners and misadventures. But wouldn’t it have been betterShow More Summary
All work and no quirky symmetrical framing makes Wes a dull boy. When YouTuber Steve Ramsden noticed similarities in the way Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick filmed The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shining (their two vastly different movies about hotels), he decided to cut together a mashup of the two. Show More Summary
With the former's haunting old world chic and the latter's, well, ghosts, it'd be a challenge to find two hotels as different as Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel and The Overlook Hotel from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. Nevertheless,...Show More Summary