If you've got an OCD-like obsession with intricate and lovingly made cinematic symmetry, then you'll love this video that reveals the geometrically balanced work of Wes Anderson. As the video proves, Anderson has dedicated tons of time and talent into making sure his films appeal to humanity's natural attraction to beautifully equal proportions.
Two clips from Wes Anderson's newest film The Grand Budapest Hotel surfaced this week featuring Ralph Fiennes as Gustave the concierge opposite big screen newcomer Tony Revolori as Zero the lobby boy. The second clip, which you can watch below, also features Edward Norton as the no-nonsense police leader Inspector Henckels. These clips are about as Wes Andersony as we've come to expect and assure that Budapest will be as funny as it is aesthetically pleasing.
Whenever the holiday season begins, a strange vibe settles in at SNL. The weeks blend together as sketches revolve around seasonal themes, with few exciting fresh ideas and a lineup of decent hosts with unmemorable episodes. Fall of last year was no different — Bruno Mars and Louis CK were highlights in what was otherwise a forgettable stretch including Daniel Craig, Christina Applegate, and Jeremy Renner. On the viewer side, this drop in enthusiasm is likely the result of the start-of-season excitement wearing off as we see the cast members fall into a familiar rotation. On the writers' side, perhaps it's a matter of fatigue, or limited options from [...]
Writer/director Wes Anderson's latest movie will be coming out fairly soon. The studio has announced they're releasing the film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, on March 7th, 2014. A comedy-drama about a renowned European hotel's respected concierge who takes on a young employee as his apprentice, Grand Budapest Hotel features a large ensemble cast made up of Wes Anderson regulars and non-Wes Anderson regulars alike. The cast includes Ralph Fiennes, Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, and Jason Schwartzman. The March release date is a bit strange considering that Anderson's movies are usually awards contenders and awards [...]