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Ronan, Rockwell & Oyelowo Team Up for New Murder Mystery Film

Ronan, Rockwell & Oyelowo team up for new murder mystery film According to Deadline, four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo have officially signed on to star in an untitled murder mystery pic set at Searchlight Pictures. RELATED: CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoR...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Disney, Brooklyn, Selma, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Kate Winslet, George Clooney, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ava Duvernay, Martin Luther King Jr, David Oyelowo, Saoirse Ronan, Golden Globe


Where Wes Anderson films 'accidentally' come to life

A new book portrays striking locations from Lisbon to Alaska brimming with the great director’s aesthetic appealThere’s something about director Wes Anderson’s style that’s instantly recognisable. Immaculate composition, symmetrical lines, pastel colours, idiosyncratic and strangely alluring sets are trademarks in films from The Darjeeling Limited to The Grand Budapest Hotel.But a new photography travel book, Accidentally Wes Anderson, is full of places in the real world that look as though they...
Tags: Travel, Film, Culture, Architecture, Brooklyn, Art and design, Alaska, Wes Anderson, Travel Photography, Grand Budapest Hotel, Cultural Trips, Lisbon, Wally Koval


Exclusive: André Øvredal Talks Scary Stories Sequel & The Long Walk

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive: André Øvredal talks Scary Stories sequel & The Long Walk While chatting with the writer/director for his latest project, the fantasy action pic Mortal, ComingSoon.net took a walk down future lane with André Øvredal to discuss his work developing the upcoming Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark sequel and adaptation of Stephen King’s The Long Walk! RELATED: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Sequel a Go with André Øvredal Returning! PB ...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, America, Alvin Schwartz, Stephen Gammell, Grand Budapest Hotel, King, John Boyega, Sarah, Frank Darabont, Dan, Harold, James Vanderbilt, Kevin, Mill Valley, Guillermo


Kitchen of the Week: ‘Wes Anderson Meets Provencal’ in West London

“Wes Anderson meets Provençal.” Designer Chris Graves (of Clarence & Graves) is describing his vision for his kitchen renovation. But what does that mean, exactly? For one thing, a memorable palette, in this case “a beautiful soft palette of pink, black and green”; for another, nostalgia for the past via quirky vintage and antique pieces. And then, there’s the more intangible element, a certain joie de vivre that all Wes Anderson sets seem to share: “I wanted it to feel joyous, convivial, bright...
Tags: Books, Pantry, Green, Wes Anderson, Ikea, Pink, Grand Budapest Hotel, Chris, Brass, Marble, West London, Wicker, Palette & Paints, Kitchen of the Week, Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Islands


Accidentally Wes Anderson, the Book

Inspired by the symmetry and color palettes of Wes Anderson’s movies, the Instagram account Accidentally Wes Anderson has been collecting and featuring photos from folks all over the world that would look out of place in The Royal Tenenbaums or The Grand Budapest Hotel. The creators have turned it into a new book called Accidentally Wes Anderson, which features many of the best contributions from the account. It sounds like it’s kind of a travel book, a visually oriented Atlas Obscura. Now, i...
Tags: Wes Anderson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Jason Kottke


Wes Anderson's "artful homage" in The Grand Budapest Hotel

In this video, filmmaker Thomas Flight does a side-by-side comparison between Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel and a number of films he was "heavily influenced" by, mainly Bergman's The Silence and Hitchcock's Torn Curtain. Flight generously calls it "artful homage." — Read the rest
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Steal Like Wes Anderson: A New Video Essay Explores How Wes Anderson Pays Artful Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, Ingmar Bergman & Other Directors in His Films

Although not the debut film of director Wes Anderson, and certainly not of star Bill Murray, Rushmore introduced the world to the both of them. Anderson's first feature Bottle Rocket (an expansion of the short film previously featured here on Open Culture) hadn't found a particularly large audience upon its theatrical release in 1996. But quite a few of the viewers who had seen and appreciated it seemed to run in Murray's circles, and in a 1999 Charlie Rose interview the actor told of be...
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A new book showcases real-life places around the world that look straight out of a Wes Anderson film — here's an early look at the fantastical dupes

Fox Searchlight Pictures/Courtesy Accidentally Wes Anderson The founder of the popular Instagram account Accidentally Wes Anderson is releasing his first-ever book highlighting 200 of the "most idiosyncratic and interesting locations on Earth."Images in the book span every continent including Antarctica and echo filmmaker Wes Anderson's distinctive and whimsical visual style.Titled "Accidentally Wes Anderson," the book is available now for preorder and will be released on October 20.Founde...
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Ralph Fiennes to Star in David Hare Coronavirus Play in London

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” actor Ralph Fiennes will star in a production of “Beat the Devil,” a new play by eminent playwright and Oscar-nominated screenwriter David Hare (“The Reader,” “The Hours”). Theater director Nicholas Hytner, BAFTA winner for the film “The Madness of King George,” will direct the production, which will be staged at London’s […]
Tags: London, News, Global, Oscar, David Hare, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes, George, Nicholas Hytner


‘The King’s Man’ Posters: Ralph Fiennes’ Scowl is as Sharp as His Sword

Hey, remember The King’s Man? Director Matthew Vaughn‘s Kingsman prequel film was originally supposed to open this past February, but last year, well before the coronavirus pandemic upended Hollywood, its release date was delayed until this fall. Will its current September release date hold? I have no idea! But here are some new international The King’s Man posters from 20th Century Studios to remind you that the film exists. The King’s Man Posters The first poster is almost identical to...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, United States, Sharp, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph-Fiennes, Poster, 20th Century Fox, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, Daniel Brühl, Fiennes, Matthew-Vaughn, Action/Adventure, Mystery/Suspense, Rasputin


A Cinematic Narrative Photographer’s Fresh Take On The World

Who is Aakaash Bali? Aakaash Bali is a cinematic narrative fine art photographer, based in Long Island, New York. After pursuing a pre-med tract in college, he opted to go into political science and law, before fully embracing photography. “I essentially gave up a law degree to chase my passion,” he said in a text message after the interview. Speaking With Aaakaash Bali What Does Cinematic Narrative Look Like? The Shadow District Initially, The Shadow District, “was born out of...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, New York, Bali, Interviews, World, Grand Budapest Hotel, Long Island, Street Photography, Hamilton, Photographer, Home Middle Right, Crewdson, Fine Art Photography, Avon Connecticut, Long Island New York


The French Dispatch: Alexandre Desplat Teases Incredible & Bigger Film From Wes Anderson

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The French Dispatch: Alexandre Desplat teases incredible & bigger film from Wes Anderson Grammy and Oscar-winning composer Alexandre Desplat has confirmed that he has already seen a “finished version” of Wes Anderson’s forthcoming comedy romance drama The French Dispatch which he immediately praised Anderson for. Speaking with IndieWire, the French composer teases the star-studded film’s epic scope by revealing that it might be “even bigger than critically-acclaimed The ...
Tags: Movies, France, Wes, Fox, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Adrien Brody, Anderson, Alexandre Desplat, Lorne Balfe, Desplat, Michael Clayton, Movie News


Wes Anderson Narrates an Animated Version of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ For the Criterion Release

Wes Anderson‘s 2014 film The Grand Budapest Hotel is finally joining the Criterion Collection, and with it come a slew of special features befitting the whimsical caper. One of the most exciting features is a set of storyboard animatics narrated by Anderson, turning The Grand Budapest Hotel into a bonafide animated movie. Wes Anderson’s whimsical and stylish films are often one step removed from being animated films, albeit with darker undertones. It’s no surprise the auteur has dabbled in a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Animation, Wes-Anderson, Fox Searchlight, Grand Budapest Hotel, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson, Kovacs, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Brody, Budapest Hotel, Matt Zoller Seitz, David Bordwell, Roman Coppola


New On Blu-ray and Digital: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, ‘Bad Boys For Life’, ‘The Rhythm Section’, ‘The Gentlemen’

Hello, everyone still stuck at home! Are you in search of new forms of entertainment to free your mind from existential dread? Well, you’ve come to the right place. These are the new Blu-ray releases (and digital releases, too) you should check out this week. The Grand Budapest Hotel Is The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson‘s best movie? Sometimes I think it is. But even if it’s not, it’s definitely the film that’s the perfect encapsulation of his talents. Combining his eye for detail w...
Tags: UK, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Features, Budapest, Wes Anderson, Colin Farrell, Will Smith, Mark Twain, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson, Guy Ritchie, Hugh Grant, Blake


Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Sequel a Go with André Øvredal Returning!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark sequel a go with André Øvredal returning! After scaring up over $106 million worldwide last year and garnering strong reviews from critics and audiences alike, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is getting a sequel from Paramount Pictures and Entertainment One with André Øvredal returning to the director’s chair! (Via The Wrap) RELATED: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Featurette Highlights Monster Makeup Timelapse Though the plot is b...
Tags: Movies, America, Alvin Schwartz, Stephen Gammell, Grand Budapest Hotel, Paramount Pictures, Sarah, Dan, Mill Valley, Walker, Guillermo, New Black, Lorraine Toussaint, Bellows, Gammell, ComingSoon


Episode #26: (MINI) Our 10 Favorite Movies Of All Time

Hi friends! This week’s MINI episode is our TOP 10 favorite movies of all time. You can find the podcast posts archive here . Our favorite movies … Emma: Stranger Than Fiction (2006) (Here’s the flours scene that we mention … it’s SO cute!) Elsie: Moulin Rouge (2001) Anyone else in love with Ewan McGregor? Fun fact: Emma once met him on a rooftop in London (it was a meet and greet, not like a chance meeting BUT STILL) and she got his autograph for me and I had it hung up in my house for lik...
Tags: Podcast, London, Wes Anderson, Harry Potter, Grand Budapest Hotel, Emily Blunt, Ewan McGregor, Emma, Julie Andrews, Elsie, Mary Poppins, Paul Rudd, Elsie Emma, Hugh Jackman Elsie


Black Widow Composer Shift as Lorne Balfe Replaces Alexandre Desplat

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Lorne Balfe replaces Alexandre Desplat as Black Widow’s composer Following Disney and Marvel Studios’ decision to delay the release of their highly-anticipated Black Widow due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it looks like the upcoming MCU film will be making another major change late into its’ post-production stage. According to Film Music Reporter, Emmy-nominated Scottish composer Lorne Balfe has reportedly signed on to replace Oscar winner Alexandre Desplat (The Gran...
Tags: Movies, Cdc, Disney, Scarlett Johansson, Rachel Weisz, Grand Budapest Hotel, Marvel Studios, Caribbean, Alexandre Desplat, Lorne Balfe, Marvel Cinematic Universe, KGB, Golden Globe, Mason, Hans Zimmer, Pirates


Wes Anderson’s Shorts Films & Commercials: A Playlist of 8 Short Andersonian Works

You may have noticed certain brands, over the past decade or so, going for a "Wes Anderson aesthetic" in their advertisements. But as all the younger filmmakers Anderson inspires inevitably find out, replicating the director's signature mise-en-scène — the distinctive color palettes, the rigorous geometry, the carefully curated objects — is no easy task. To achieve the cinematically Andersonian, it seems you really need Anderson himself. Fortunately for certain marketing departments, the...
Tags: Google, Film, College, Softbank, Wes Anderson, American Express, Prada, Grand Budapest Hotel, Seoul, David Lynch, Anderson, Coen Brothers, Ben, Facebook Twitter, Fellini, Jason Schwartzman


Wes Anderson Releases the Official Trailer for His New Film, The French Dispatch: Watch It Online

James Pogue in the Baffler recently lamented the rise of "shareable writing," manifest in a now-common breed of article both "easy for publishers to reproduce" and for readers to absorb. Shareability requires, above all, that pieces "be simple to describe and package online." This in contrast to the writing published by, say, The New Yorker in decades past. "Every time I have a reason to pull up a piece from the archives, I am shocked at how strange and outré the older pieces read — less...
Tags: Google, Europe, Film, College, France, America, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Akira Kurosawa, Grand Budapest Hotel, Seoul, Rushmore, New Yorker, Adrien Brody, New England, Jeffrey Wright


First Trailer for Wes Anderson's Journalist Film 'The French Dispatch'

"A message from the foreman: one hour to press." Searchlight Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for Wes Anderson's latest film, titled The French Dispatch. It's inspired by the New Yorker, pulling from real events in history. Described as a "love letter to journalists set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th-century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in 'The French Dispatch' magazine." Similar to Grand Budapest Hotel, it foll...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Wes Anderson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Indies, To Watch, French Dispatch


Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ Release Date and Official Cast Revealed (Plus, It Has a Subtitle Now)

Wes Anderson hasn’t directed a live-action feature film since 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, but we only have a few more months until we get to see his next film, The French Dispatch. Searchlight Pictures has unveiled a new poster that includes the official release date and cast list for the movie, which appears to now include a new subtitle. The French Dispatch Release Date, Poster, Cast, and Subtitle We’d previously heard the movie would be Anderson’s love letter to journalism, and thi...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Wes-Anderson, Christoph Waltz, Fox Searchlight, Owen Wilson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Poster, Anderson, The French Dispatch, Liberty Kansas Evening Sun, Ronan Henry Winkler


/Film’s 25 Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

With 2019 officially in the record books, it’s time to look ahead. And from the cold wastelands of January, the rest of 2020 certainly looks promising. Well, at least it looks promising for the movies. After hunkering down and deciding on a list of 25 movies we most wanted to see in the next year (a process that was recorded as a podcast), the team voted on the final ranking. And here we are. These are our 25 most anticipated movies of 2020. 25. Coming 2 America August 7, 2020 It’s been...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Washington, France, China, Disney, America, Earth, Features, Rebecca, Netflix, Queens, Wes Anderson, Broadway, James Bond


‘Black Widow’ to be Scored by Two-Time Oscar Winner Alexandre Desplat

Two-time Oscar winning composer Alexandre Desplat, who recently earned a nod for his Little Women score, is lending his particular set of skills to the score of Marvel’s Black Widow. But news of Desplat’s involvement doesn’t come courtesy of an official statement or announcement, but blink-and-you’ll-miss-it text in the latest Black Widow trailer. The latest Black Widow trailer was full of exciting new glimpses of the long-awaited Black Widow solo movie starring Scarlett Johansson. But amid ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Fox, Harry Potter, Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Alexandre Desplat, Alan Silvestri, Andrea, KGB, Desplat, Comic Book/Superhero, Soundtracks


Jacob Hall’s Top 10 Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) Look, most of these best of the decade articles start with a warning, saying something like “this list could have changed if I wrote it on another day.” And that’s fair. That’s fine. I’m sure that’s true for most folks. But not me. No, sir. These are my ten favorite films released between 2010 and 2019 and I feel awfully good about it. These ten films represent not just ten years in cinema, but ten years of my life and the movies that sha...
Tags: Movies, New York City, America, Features, Wes Anderson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Green Room, Oscar Isaac, Alfred Hitchcock, Rian Johnson, Anderson, George Miller, Buster Keaton, Jeremy Saulnier, Llewyn Davis, Peele


The 100 Best Movies of the Decade [Part Four]

(Welcome to /Film’s countdown of The 100 Best Movies of the Decade, examining the absolute best movies that were released between 2010 and 2019. This is part four of a five-part series and part of our Best of the Decade series.) Last week, the /Film team sat down for an extended two-part podcast to narrow down the 100 best films of the past decade. When the dust settled, we were left with a family of movies that could not be more different: action films and intimate dramas and horror flicks and...
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Colorfully Chic Athens Wedding Inspired by The Grand Budapest Hotel

Hello, gorgeous! This colorfully chic wedding in Athens takes a minimalist approach to the ceremony and then adds a touch of glamor and sparkle at the reception all in hues of taffy pink, sapphire blue, and heather purple. With a creative twist on the bride’s love for the Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, the couple and their planner, Deplanv planned and elegant evening with Elias Kordelakos behind the lens to capture it all. View full post
Tags: Wedding, Wes Anderson, Athens, Grand Budapest Hotel, Destination Weddings, Real Weddings, Elias Kordelakos Photography, Colorful Wedding, Destination Wedding, Al Fresco Wedding, Elias Kordelakos, Athens Wedding, Deplanv, Floral Arch, Island Athens Riviera, Sapphire Engagement Ring


Helsinki for Wes Anderson fans

Helsinki tends to evoke little more than a cold, isolated, and boring Nordic outpost. But if you look a little deeper, a whimsical and slightly offbeat vibe come through in its aesthetic. The Finnish capital’s East-meets-West atmosphere (due to the nation having been part of Russia and Sweden through its history) complements its Finnish functionalism, Nordic National Romanticism, and Jugendstil architectural styles, almost screaming to be the backdrop of a long, single-frame shot. The vintage...
Tags: Travel, Sweden, Russia, West, Wes Anderson, Finland, Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson, Helsinki, All, Sofia, Kallio, Margot Tenenbaum, Chas Tenenbaum, Suomenlinna Island, Kamppi Chapel


Netflix Cancels Alexander Payne Movie After Rights Issue

Netflix cancels Alexander Payne movie after rights issue With production set to begin net week, reports that work on Alexander Payne’s new film has come to a screeching halt after a rights dispute has come to light about the film’s subject. The film, written by Erlend Loe (Nord), was previously described as a father/daughter story in which a Danish journalist takes a road trip with his teenage daughter across the U.S. as he works on a story for a newspaper. The Danish journalist in question...
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Fashion Inspiration: The Grand Budapest Hotel

"Yet without question, without fail, always and invariably, she's exceedingly lovely."
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Supremely Luxe Mother's Day Gifts For Under $50

Little luxuries are those specialty items that aren't exactly everyday-essentials, but are everyday-enhancers instead; like using a rose-infused hand cream, eating a square of dark chocolate, pouring a premium cup of tea, lighting a fancy candle, or writing in a new notebook. And while everyone appreciates a little luxury, many aren't looking to spend everyday money on them — which is why they make for particularly excellent special occasion gifts (a.k.a. Mother's Day material).While they won't...
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