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Weekend Round-Up: If Wes Anderson Did 'The Simpsons,' Shifting Reality, And Iconic Tapestries

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Make It Look Like Wes Anderson Designed Your Home Office With These Zoom Backgrounds

Are you bored of your usual Zoom backgrounds? Are you tired of panic-cleaning the area immediately behind your desk 30 seconds before a Zoom meeting so your colleagues don’t see the trash heap you call home? Allow us to introduce you to your latest option: Zoom backgrounds that feature home offices designed in the…Read more...
Tags: Film, Wes Anderson, Home Office, Lifehacks, Zoom Backgrounds


Watch: Stop-Motion Short Film 'Good Intentions' by Anna Mantzaris

"Hell is paved with good intentions." We all know this quote… But how many are actually capable of doing the right thing when it's needed? Good Intentions is a short film made by Swedish animation filmmaker Anna Mantzaris as her graduation project from the Royal College of Art in 2018. She also worked on Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs, and makes lot of cloth/fabric stop-motion short films in her own time. The short a small thriller about people that are not always the best at making decisions. ...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Wes Anderson, Short Film, Royal College of Art, To Watch, Isle of Dogs, Anna Mantzaris, London Film Festival BFI


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


The Best Coffee Table Books for Movie And TV Lovers

All products and services featured by Variety are independently selected by Variety editors. However, Variety may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Cinephiles know that movie magic is real. What other medium can transport us to different worlds, bring characters […]
Tags: Star Wars, Books, Hollywood, News, Comic Books, Marvel, Wes Anderson, Variety, Best Coffee Table Books for Movie And TV Lovers


CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite Ammonite is now playing in theaters and, based on critical reactions, already looks like an Oscar contender. To celebrate the film’s release, we spoke with the great Saoirse Ronan, who dropped some interesting insights into the production, her chemistry with Kate Winslet and the challenges of working on the film. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}...
Tags: England, Movies, Interview, Lionsgate, Brooklyn, Wes Anderson, Kate Winslet, Francis, Kate, Greta Gerwig, Charlotte, Saoirse Ronan, Mary, Hanna, Winslet, Ronan


The top streaming TV shows on Disney Plus, Netflix, CBS All Access, and others this week

"Star Trek: Discovery" CBS All Access Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services in the US. CBS All Access' "Star Trek: Discovery" has surged in audience demand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. CBS All Access' "Star Trek: Discovery" has surged in audience demand more than a month after the third season premiered. The series is certainly All Access' most popular original as the ser...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Netflix, Wes Anderson, Streaming, Cbs, Red Bull, Rotten Tomatoes, Cbs All Access, Lucifer, Amazon Prime Video


Adrien Brody & Vera Farmiga to Star in Mystery Thriller The Salamander Lives Twice

Adrien Brody & Vera Farmiga to Star in Mystery Thriller The Salamander Lives Twice According to Variety, Academy Award winner Adrien Brody and Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga have officially signed on for the leading roles in Ant Timpson’s upcoming mystery thriller film titled The Salamander Lives Twice. Production is expected to start in the spring of 2021. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Movies, Jerusalem, Star, Harvard, Paris, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Xyz Films, Timpson, Iris, Adrien Brody, Epix, Toby Harvard, Brody, ComingSoon, Movie News


Respect for the Old: In a Tiny London Flat, Antiques, Vintage Finds, and Charm to Spare

The key to surviving this week without losing my mind was indulging in some joyful distractions, like playing with my dog, walking with friends—and perusing the Tat.London Instagram account, which traffics in interiors of the mostly-British, traditional-with-a-twist sort. If you’re into patina, pattern, color, sink skirts, and disheveled bookshelves (as I have been of late), the feed is a balm. Recently, I spotted a post on the particularly serene home of Georgie Stogdon, the founder of newish o...
Tags: Books, London, Ebay, Wes Anderson, Apartments, East London, House Tour, Pimlico, Columbia Road, Saltillo, Northern Mexico, Georgie, Northern Sweden, Oka, Small-Space Living, Architecture & Interiors


Episode #60: Our Favorite Movie Houses

Hello and happy Monday. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . Show Notes:  -Movies mentioned: The Holiday (specifically Rosehill Cottage—the ultimate Hygge experience), Knives Out, The Notebook, Dancer In The Dark, Nights in Rodanthe, Home Alone, Hocus Pocus (here’s the KJP pic that I envy), John Wick, Clueless, Father Of The Bride, I Don’t Know How She Does...
Tags: Google, Podcast, New York, Pinterest, Home Decor, California, Boston, Walgreens, Chicago, Wes Anderson, Harry Potter, Steve Martin, Little Mermaid, Jeremy, Keanu Reeves, Rosemary


The top 9 streaming shows this week on Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and more

"The Mandalorian" season two. Disney Plus Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services in the US. Disney Plus' "The Mandalorian" topped this week's list ahead of the premiere of season two on Friday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney Plus' hit "Star Wars" series, "The Mandalorian," is the most in-demand streaming series in the US again ahead of the premiere of season two on Fri...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Cnn, Features, Netflix, United States, Wes Anderson, Streaming, Cbs, Red Bull, Rotten Tomatoes


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


Timothée Chalamet-Led Bob Dylan Biopic Paused Indefinitely

Timothée Chalamet-led Bob Dylan biopic paused indefinitely With its director wrapped up in a blockbuster project and pandemic protocols creating a number of challenges for some of its elements, the Timothée Chalamet-led Bob Dylan biopic has officially been put on hold indefinitely, according to Collider. RELATED: Timothée Chalamet in Talks to Star in James Mangold’s Bob Dylan Biopic PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAuto...
Tags: Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Chicago, Netflix, Bob Dylan, Ferrari, Ford, Wes Anderson, Greta Gerwig, Indiana Jones, Joaquin Phoenix, Joan Baez, Logan, Dylan, Laurie, Going Electric


Now Playing for The Six Weeks of Halloween

This is perhaps a misnomer since these movies probably aren’t playing now in movie theaters (if theaters are even open at all), but since we just watched a bunch of films from 1978, I figured it was time too look at some things released this year. The one movie I wanted to get to and is legitimately only playing in theaters is Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor. It sounds like a hoot, but it’s not actually playing anywhere near me and oh yeah, there’s a pandemic on. It’s supposed to come to streamin...
Tags: Movies, Wes Anderson, Rose, Will Forte, Cummings, Jim Cummings, Robert Forster, Riki Lindhome, Maeve Higgins, Barry Ward, Tim Robinson, Brandon Cronenberg, 6 Weeks of Halloween, Wolf Guy


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


The top 9 shows this week on Netflix, Disney Plus, Prime Video, and more

"The Boys" Panagiotis Pantazidis/Amazon Studios Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services in the US. Prime Video's "The Boys" surged to the top this week.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon Prime Video's hit superhero series "The Boys" surged ahead of blockbusters shows like "Stranger Things" and "The Mandalorian" to be this week's most in-demand original streaming series in...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Netflix, Wes Anderson, Streaming, Henry Cavill, Rotten Tomatoes, Lucifer, Amazon Prime Video, Daniel, Johnny


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


Elisabeth Moss to Lead Blumhouse’s Katie Hill Biopic Drama

Elisabeth Moss to Lead Blumhouse’s Katie Hill Biopic Drama According to Variety, Golden Globe and Emmy-winning actress Elisabeth Moss is continuing to strengthen her partnership with Blumhouse as she officially signs on for the leading role in their upcoming film adaptation of former Congresswoman Katie Hill’s memoir titled She Will Rise: Becoming a Warrior in the Battle for True Equality. The project is being developed to be released on a streaming service. PB =...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Wes Anderson, Streaming, Margaret Atwood, Shirley, Hulu, Jason Blum, Jason, Elisabeth Moss, Michael, Moss, Hill, Lindsey, Katie, Taika Waititi


"Cool scribblings, coming softly from fingers."

Over-emotive piano playing... photos that look like something by Wes Anderson... or Andy Warhol... the fake fear/courage distinction about covid, and the return of “mother’s little helper.” You can eavesdrop as I read my blog to my husband. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Podcast, Law, Wes Anderson, Andy Warhol, Ann Althouse


"The photographs in this book were taken by people I have never met, of places and things I have, almost without exception, never seen — but I must say: I intend to."

Said Wes Anderson, quoted in "When Life Looks Like a Wes Anderson Movie/An Instagram platform, now a book, documents real-life settings that look like frames from the director’s movies" (NYT).Here's the Instagram page, for lots of cool photographs.You can tell that the director's aesthetic has influenced many people to look at the world and see certain types of things and realize that they should be photographed and shared. Example: View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Photography, Law, Wes Anderson, Aesthetics, Ann Althouse


Samsung Tells a Quirky and Wistful Love Story About Rival Waiters, Inspired by a Real Photo

LONDON-Two servers at rival onion-themed restaurants fall in love in a new, Wes Anderson-esque spot for Samsung smartphones by Mother London that was inspired by a real photo of a sack of onions taken on a Samsung device. The quirky, 90-second TV ad is the first for the brand by the agency, and will run...
Tags: Mobile, London, Advertising, Samsung, Wes Anderson, Mother London, AdFreak


[Beyond Fest] The Wolf of Snow Hollow Review: Subversive, Offbeat & Quietly Thrilling

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Tags: Movies, Nbc, Wes Anderson, David Fincher, Rian Johnson, Wolf, Cummings, Julia, Forster, John Marshall, Jim Cummings, Robert Forster, ComingSoon, Riki Lindhome, Julia John, Jim Cummings The Wolf


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
Tags: Post, Video, News, Filmmaking, Wes Anderson, Plagiarism, Grand Budapest Hotel, Homage, Bergman, Hitchcock, Thomas Flight


The 52 worst movies made by iconic directors — from Spielberg to Scorsese

"Gemini Man" Paramount Even some of the best, most iconic directors have made at least one critically reviled film. We turned to Rotten Tomatoes to find the worst reviewed movies of 52 acclaimed filmmakers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Most of the greatest film directors in history have swung and missed on occasion. Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, and numerous other critically acclaimed directors have directed at least one movie that critics tore apart. For t...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Washington Post, Tim Burton, Disney, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Features, Chicago, New York Times


The Life, Work & Philosophy of Bill Murray: Happy 70th Birthday to an American Comedy Icon

Image by Gage Skidmore, via Wikimedia Commons "Bill Murray is to me what calculators are to math," Jason Schwartzman once said of his esteemed colleague. "I never knew math before calculators, and I never knew life before Bill Murray." Having been born in the 1980s, a decade Murray entered already well-known after three early seasons of Saturday Night Live, I could say the same. Through characters like Nick the lounge singer and half a nerd couple with Gilda Radner, Murray established himself o...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Japan, UK, Comedy, Film, College, Paris, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Dustin Hoffman, Seoul, NICK, Toronto International Film Festival, Anderson, Thompson


A new book offers a rare glimpse inside North Korea's frozen-in-time tourist hotels

Koryo Hotel poolside bar. Nicole Reed / Hotels of Pyongyang In 2019, James Scullin and Nicole Reed traveled to North Korea from their native Australia to document a part of the country that most of the Western world has never seen. North Korea is regarded as one of the most isolated and authoritarian countries in the world. US travelers have been banned from visiting since 2017. Scullin and Reed visited and photographed the 11 international hotels built between 1961 and 1996 in Pyongyang, ...
Tags: Australia, North Korea, China, US, Trends, United States, Wes Anderson, Las Vegas, Uva, Pyongyang, Reed, Pyongyang North Korea, Jameson, Otto Warmbier, Scullin, Koryo Hotel


Alexandra Kotcheff in Trailer for Quirky Indie Comedy 'The Planters'

"She's very weird." 1091 Pics has released a trailer for an indie dark comedy titled The Planters, which first premiered at the Raindance Film Festival last year. This "film fest favorite" was entirely shot without a crew, made by and starring Cali natives Alexandra Kotcheff & Hannah Leder. Awkward telemarketer Martha Plant (Kotcheff) lives a lonely existence burying treasure and eating split pea soup. When she takes in a vagrant with multiple personalities (Leder), she discovers having thre...
Tags: New York, Movies, Trailer, Wes Anderson, David Lynch, Indies, Cali, To Watch, Leder, Raindance Film Festival, Pepe Serna, Alexandra Kotcheff, Martha Plant Kotcheff, Phil Parolisi, Alexandra Kotcheff Hannah Leder


Good Movies as Old Books: 100 Films Reimagined as Vintage Book Covers

At one time paperback books were thought of as trash, a term that described their perceived artistic and cultural level, production value, and utter disposability. This changed in the mid-20th century, when certain paperback publishers (Doubleday Anchor, for example, who hired Edward Gorey to design their covers in the 1950s) made a push for respectability. It worked so well that the signature aesthetics they developed still, nearly a lifetime later, pique our interest more readily than those o...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Books, Design, Film, College, Wes Anderson, Ridley Scott, Philip K Dick, Seoul, Alfred Hitchcock, David Fincher, Stephen Frears, Agatha Christie, Steven Spielberg, Rian Johnson


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...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Film, College, Wes Anderson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Seoul, Alfred Hitchcock, Anderson, Charlie Rose, Murray, Newman, Julie Andrews, Facebook Twitter, Jeff Goldblum, Barry Lyndon


A London studio created this seat design to get people back into the movie theater safely as theatre chains suffer due to the ongoing pandemic

Sequel Seat. Layer Layer design studio created a safer movie theater sesat during a pandemic. The film industry could lose $10 billion dollars as a result of COVID-19. The Sequel Seat design has antibacterial fabric and protective screens.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The coronavirus pandemic has been brutal to many industries, including film, with movie theaters forced to close and new releases pushed back indefinitely. Some chains are reopening where regulations a...
Tags: Design, London, Entertainment, Film, Amc, US, Trends, Tech, Features, Wes Anderson, Cineworld, Benjamin Hubert, Movie Theater, Cinemark, Tech Insider, Mary Meisenzahl