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Tom Hanks to Star in His First Wes Anderson Production

Following the recent casting news that Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, and Tilda Swinton will be starring in Wes Anderson’s next film, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Oscar winner Tom Hanks (Philadelphia, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Greyhound) has joined the project, serving as his first Anderson production. RELATED: Finch: Apple Lands Tom Hanks Sci-Fi Drama Formerly Titled Bios According to the outlet’s sources, Hanks will appear in a small role in the currently untitled project tha...
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Tom Hanks Joins Cast of Wes Anderson’s Next Film

Tom Hanks will enter the jewel-box world of Wes Anderson. The Oscar-winning “Forest Gump” star will play a cameo role in the director’s next, as-yet untitled effort. He will play an unspecified minor role, joining a cast of heavyweights that includes Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray and Adrian Brody. It marks the first collaboration between Hanks […]
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Tom Hanks Joins the Next Wes Anderson Film, is a Match Made In Heaven

Everybody loves Tom Hanks and everyone who’s seen The French Dispatch certainly seems to love Wes Anderson’s latest film. After spending decades in the industry on their own separate paths, these two titanic forces of cinema are finally joining forces. If you ask us, it’s been a long time coming. As per The Hollywood Reporter, Hanks is the latest and possibly the biggest name to join the cast of Anderson’s next project. The one minor note of bad news, if it can even be referred to as such, i...
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The Real Twist is That It’s Easy to Love M. Night Shyamalan’s Movies

He’s responsible for at least one stone cold genre classic, though many would argue for more. He makes (almost) nothing but high-concept original stories, produced and financed in a blockbuster-obsessed landscape that’s increasingly indifferent to anything else. And finally, he happens to be one of the few brand-name filmmakers among general audiences who consistently puts butts in seats at a time when theater attendance, even pre-pandemic, has been flagging badly. This description, as you may ...
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Adrien Brody Joins Cast of Next Wes Anderson Film

Adrien Brody and Wes Anderson are no strangers to one another, and Brody is once again teaming up with the prolific director on his next film, according to a report from Deadline. RELATED: Chapelwaite Trailer & Key Art Released for EPIX’s Stephen King Series According to the report, Brody is expected to join fellow Wes Anderson staples Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton in Anderson’s next film, which is set to shoot in Spain sometime in the future. Not much is known about the upcoming film other than...
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Adds Wes Anderson Regular Adrien Brody

Yo, Adrien. Wes Anderson casting news tends to have the feel of watching something along the lines of the MCU circa Phase One, with Nick Fury roaming around the Marvel universe and recruiting individual Avengers for the inevitable team-up down the line. This one is no different, as Deadline reports that Adrien Brody has apparently joined the cast for Anderson’s next upcoming feature. We know little in the way of actual details about this project, but we do know that it’s shaping up to be a t...
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Cannes 2021 week two: heatstruck delirium and instant classics

Julia Ducournau’s bizarre Titane sent punters over the edge, while films such as Asghar Fahadi’s A Hero offered more subtle rewardsThe pandemic hits Cannes in the form of a movie that plays near the beach, buffeted by strong winds. On screen, the people are sickening by degrees. They’re coughing on commuter buses and sidestreets and in the musty, book-lined aisles down at the local library. They’re seeing mad visions of motherships in the sky. The madness is contagious; the city’s in meltdown. “...
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Water is Wet, Earth is Round, Bill Murray Cast in Next Wes Anderson Movie

Wes Anderson is at the Cannes Film Festival right now promoting his latest movie, The French Dispatch. That’s not stopping him, however, from moving forward with his next movie. We didn’t know too much about the yet-to-be-titled film except that it would star Tilda Swinton and start shooting in Spain later this year. Today, however, we also found out that Bill Murray will once again join a Wes Anderson production. Variety is reporting that Murray will be joining the cast along with Swinton, ...
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Cannes 2021: who will win the Palme d’Or – and who should

As a very strange edition of the festival draws to a close, our film critic predicts who will walk away with the Palme d’Or and other prizes – and awards his own alternative BraddiesSo it actually happened – the Cannes film festival defiantly took place in the era of Covid, and two months later than usual, in sweltering July. More tourists, but fewer actual festival-attenders from the media. Some streets were eerily quiet and the legendary bar, Le Petit Majestic, usually packed with movie-world ...
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Bill Murray Reunites With Wes Anderson, Tilda Swinton for Spain-Set Project (EXCLUSIVE)

Bill Murray is among the cast of Wes Anderson’s new film that will begin production in Spain in August, Variety has learned. Sources close to the project have confirmed Murray’s casting. The actor has appeared in nine of Anderson’s movies to date, excluding the new pic. The as-yet-untitled film also stars Tilda Swinton, as she […]
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Flag Day’s Dylan Penn: ‘I didn’t know if I was capable of going toe-to-toe with my dad’

Her career has snaked from delivering pizzas to modelling, but Penn’s latest job – starring in a Cannes drama alongside her dad, Sean – was the most daunting yetDylan Penn receives guests high above the Croisette, in a sterile penthouse suite overlooking the sea. It’s a perch befitting her status as visiting Hollywood royalty, the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, starring alongside her dad in this year’s Cannes competition. She’s got her phone and her water and a stylist in the wings. She...
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Old-World French Summer: Hôtel La Ponche in Saint-Tropez

Where would we be staying if we attending this year’s Festival de Cannes? In our imaginations, its Hôtel La Ponche, brand-new, old-world lodgings in nearby Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera. Though the hotel only opened in June, it has a storied history: In a past life, it welcomed the likes of Picasso, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Simone de Beauvoir; And God Created Woman, starring Brigitte Bardot, was filmed on the beach out front. Now, after eight months of renovations, and with new interiors by th...
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The French Dispatch Clip Stars Frances McDormand & Timothée Chalamet 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Searchlight Pictures has released the first clip from Wes Anderson’s long-delayed feature The French Dispatch, which features two of the comedic drama’s A-list stars. The film had its world premiere yesterday at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival. It is currently slated to arrive in theaters on October 22, 2021, which pits it against another high-profile competitor in the form of Warner Bros. Pictures’ newest film adaptation of Dune which is also being led by Timothée Chalamet. T...
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Timothee Chalamet Is Naked In A Tub In First Clip From Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Awkwardly damp comedy for everyone to enjoy in Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch.
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‘The French Dispatch’ Clip: Frances McDormand and Timothée Chalamet Share Bathroom Time

You may have heard that Film Twitter’s favorite Patron of Quirk, Wes Anderson, is back with a new film this year called The French Dispatch, a return to live action after taking a brief detour with 2018’s animated Isle of Dogs. Reviews out of the Cannes Film Festival have ratcheted up anticipation even higher, praising the distinctive auteur’s typically earnest approach, ambitious style, and masterful grasp of tone. Now, we can whet appetites even further with the newest clip released for the u...
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Timothee Chalamet bares it all in cheeky scene with Frances McDormand from The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson's anthology film The French Dispatch hits theaters October 22
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‘The French Dispatch’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Whimsical New Masterwork is a Symphony of Excess [Cannes]

Watching Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is a delirious experience. It’s akin to being a guest at some amazing meal, with each course more stunning than the last, and just as you wish to take in a moment to admire each dish, the crumbs are whisked away for a new treat to be delivered by nimble servers. It’s a film that weaponizes whimsy in ways that will dazzle die-hard fans of the director. As long as your heart is open, your ears attuned to the pace of the proceedings and eyes accustomed t...
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Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ Dazzles Cannes with Timothee Chalamet, a Party Bus and a 9-Minute Standing Ovation

There were so many movie stars at the premiere of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” on Monday night at the Cannes Film Festival, it almost felt like pre-pandemic times. The streets near the Palais were shut down. The crowds were screaming. And Timothee Chalamet, in a silver suit, cut through the July heat to sign […]
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Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ Dazzles Cannes With Timothee Chalamet, a Party Bus and a Nine-Minute Standing Ovation

There were so many movie stars at the premiere of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” on Monday night at the Cannes Film Festival, it almost felt like pre-pandemic times. The streets near the Palais were shut down. The crowds were screaming. And Timothee Chalamet, in a silver suit, cut through the July heat to sign […]
Tags: News, Wes Anderson, Festivals, Cannes film festival, Timothee Chalamet, The French Dispatch


The French Dispatch: Four stars for Wes Anderson's latest

The long-awaited new film from the eccentric US director – featuring three "breezy, cheeky vignettes" – is arch, whimsical and...
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Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' Rolls Into Cannes

A year after it was first to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” finally rolled into the French Riviera festival on Monday.
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‘The French Dispatch’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Dizzyingly Intricate Homage to 20th-Century Newsmen and Women

Journalists are the heroes in “The French Dispatch,” so expect film critics to be a little bit biased in their embrace of Wes Anderson’s latest. It flatters the field, after all, just not in the way that Pulitzer-centric mega-scoop sagas “All the President’s Men” or “Spotlight” may have done before. Anderson is more of a […]
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Wes Anderson Won’t Hold Cannes Press Conference For ‘French Dispatch’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Wes Anderson won’t be taking any questions in Cannes because “The French Dispatch” isn’t getting a press conference. Variety has confirmed with festival sources that the movie’s creative team won’t be made available to the press. The film has been missing from the press screening and conference schedule since Cannes kicked off earlier this week, […]
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German Co-Productions Make Big Showing in Cannes

German co-productions are making a strong showing at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, among them Leos Carax’s opening film, “Annette,” Wes Anderson’s star-studded “The French Dispatch” and Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi’s “The Story of My Wife.” Fabian Gasmia’s Berlin-based Detailfilm is among the producers on “Annette,” which stars Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. The musical […]
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Guillermo del Toro’s Horror Pic Nightmare Alley Receives R-Rating

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images) According to Film Ratings, Searchlight Pictures’ forthcoming horror film adaptation of Nightmare Alley has officially been given an R-Rating for “strong/bloody violence, some sexual content, nudity, and language,” which teases the film’s tone and vibe. The Guillermo del Toro-directed pic is still scheduled to arrive in theaters on December 3, 2021. Its current theatrical release date places Nightmare Alley against no direct competition. However, the star...
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Cannes Build-Back Promises Riches, Discovery & Deals

Sean Penn’s “Flag Day,” Leos Carax’s “Annette,” starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, and Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch,” with Frances McDormand and Timothée Chalamet, will provide star power at a 2021 Cannes Festival packed to overflowing with established and very often new European and world cinema arthouse talent. The festival films will also drive […]
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Some Amazing Shots from the Last Decade of Movies

ILM visual effects artist Todd Vaziri asked his Twitter followers to share their favorite shots from a movie made in the last decade. The replies are a visual feast (and heavy on blockbusters) — here are a few of my favorites. From top to bottom: Blade Runner 2049, Mad Max: Fury Road, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Widows, Arrival, and Thor: Ragnarok. There are probably several deserving scenes omitted from the thread (no Wes Anderson fans…the sushi scene from Isle of Dogs?), ...
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Will Star Tilda Swinton, Films in Spain Later This Year

Wes Anderson‘s latest film, The French Dispatch, will soon have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on July 6. The general moviegoing public won’t be able to see it until October 22, but even before Searchlight Pictures carries out its theatrical distribution, Anderson has already started lining up his next project. The as-yet-untitled film will reportedly go into production in Spain this September and it will bring back Anderson’s frequent collaborator, Tilda Swinton, for a starring...
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