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Grand Hotel Campo dei Fiori in Varese, Italy

With all the charm of the Grand Budapest Hotel and the eerie emptiness of the Overlook Hotel, a once-grand hotel deteriorates on a mountaintop above Varese. The Grand Hotel Campo dei Fiori was built a luxurious cousin to the smaller Palace Hotel in Varese in 1910, while tourism in Varese was on the rise. Show More Summary

To The Right

3 weeks agoHumor / odd :

To The Right is a collection of left-to-right tracking shots from movies assembled by Candice Drouet. Included are films like Jackie Brown, Fight Club, Little Miss Sunshine, Psycho, The Shining, and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Tags: Candice Drouet movies video

VOTD: See Even More of Wes Anderson’s Visual Influences & References

Late last summer, we featured a video that took a look at some of the visual influences and references of filmmaker Wes Anderson. The director of The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom, Grand Budapest Hotel, Fantastic Mr. Fox and more has a unique visual style that is unmistakable. Show More Summary

Joseph Fiennes Stars as Michael Jackson in First ‘Urban Myths’ Trailer

Sky Arts has unveiled the trailer for its new comedy show Urban Myths, starring Joseph Fiennes as pop icon Michael Jackson — a casting decision that sparked uproar when it was first announced last year. The Grand Budapest Hotel actor features in a half-hour episode of the eight-part series alongside Stockard Channing as Elizabeth Taylor and Brian Cox as […]

Fox Searchlight Acquires Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle Of Dogs’ In World Rights Deal

After checking into Wes Anderson’s 2014 Oscar-winner, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Fox Searchlight has acquired worldwide rights to the filmmaker’s upcoming Isle Of Dogs. Indian Paintbrush is currently producing the film in London and Anderson...Show More Summary

Wes Anderson’s New Stop-Motion Movie is Titled ‘Isle of Dogs,’ Full Cast and First Footage Revealed

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Aside from that pretty wonderful holiday short film/commercial released last month, things have been pretty quiet for director Wes Anderson in the wake of 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was a critical darling, a box office hit, a genuine Oscar contender, and very much the best movie released that year. Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Announces Title and Full Cast of His Upcoming Stop-Motion Feature About Dogs

Wes Anderson is returning to stop-motion animation. (His previous project working in the painstaking — but charming! — medium was Fantastic Mr. Fox.) Today, he announced in a video that his follow-up to The Grand Budapest Hotel will be called Isle of Dogs and will star: Frances McDormand, Bryan Cranston, Scarlett Johansson, Yoko Ono, Courtney B. Show More Summary

Here’s How ‘The Witch’ Looks In The Colorful, Fabulist Style of Wes Anderson

It’s been two years since Wes Anderson last released a movie, the incredible The Grand Budapest Hotel, and, because we always want what we can’t have, the lack of news surrounding a new project has us straight-up devotees feeling a little desperate. Perhaps that’s why we’ve seen a whole community of amateur filmmakers spring up to […]

‘Secret Life Of Pets’ Composer Alexandre Desplat On Musical Influences, Chase Sequences And Meryl Streep’s Singing

An eight-time Oscar nominee, who finally won for The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2015, prolific composer Alexandre Desplat composed scores for four of this year’s Oscar contenders, including Illumination’s animated feature The Secret Life of Pets and the Meryl Streep-starring Florence Foster Jenkins. Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Directs Holiday-Season Digital Short Film For H&M

4 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

On YouTube, Wes Anderson has kicked off the holiday season with a fun little film. The filmmaker, known for whimsical, quaint movies like Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, teamed up with retailer H&M for a branded videoShow More Summary

Wes Anderson Directed a Christmas Short Film Starring Adrien Brody

4 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

It’s been a few years since we last heard from director Wes Anderson, who vanished into thin air following the well-deserved critical and financial success of 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (which is a masterpiece and very possibly his best movie). Show More Summary

Wes Anderson directed a Christmas-themed short film starring Adrien Brody for H&M

Wes Anderson has directed a short film for H&M starring Adrian Brody, who plays the character Dmitri in Anderson's 2014 film "The Grand Budapest Hotel." The short comes as Anderson fans wait for his next (currently untitled) film toShow More Summary

Wes Anderson Does Christmas On a Train for H&M!

Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel) has done another one of his unique commercials – this time for H&M. Adrien Brody stars as Conductor Ralph, who has to inform his passengers that inclement weather and technical...Show More Summary

Adrien Brody Reunited With Wes Anderson for a Gorgeous New H&M Short Film

For those mourning the absence of Wes Anderson—it’s been well over two years since The Grand Budapest Hotel debuted in theaters—H&M has arrived with a surprise just in time for the holidays. The retail company has debuted “Come Together,”...Show More Summary

Wes Anderson Wishes You A Very Wes Andersony Christmas With H&M Short Film

Wes Anderson hasn't released a movie since the charmingly melancholy The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014, but he's hard at work on his untitled ninth feature film, a stop-motion movie about dogs due out in 2018 (and featuring the vocal talents of Bryan Cranston, Ed Norton, Bob Balaban, Jeff Goldblum, and of course, Bill Murray). [ more › ]

Newswire: Adrien Brody saves Christmas in a charming Wes Anderson short for H&M

The last time we were treated to a Wes Anderson feature was in 2014, with The Grand Budapest Hotel. But while we’re waiting for his next one–a stop motion project—the holiday season has gifted us a short from the director. Sure, it’s in the form of a H&M commercial, but that doesn’t make it any less worthy of our giddy excitement. Show More Summary

Networking Lessons From ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel

Networking Lessons From ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Work It Daily I finally got around to seeing the movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel. One part of the movie demonstrated perfectly, I believe, why networking is so important. The post Networking Lessons From ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ appeared first on Work It Daily.

NETFLIX: ‘I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House’ is Now Streaming!

Netflix is now streaming Osgood Perkins’ must see I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, which stars Academy Award Nominee Bob Balaban (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom), Lucy Boynton (February) and Golden Globe winner Ruth Wilson (“The Affair,” Saving Mr. Show More Summary

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

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