Wes Anderson is a writer/director who is perhaps an acquired taste. He’s a filmmaker that divides opinion amongst many, especially those of us here at Thn. While I absolutely loved The Royal Tenenbaums, I can see why some consider his work as pretentious and over-indulgent and I’ve still yet to see his Moonrise Kingdom, so I’ll reserve judgement.
His next project is The Grand Budapest Hotel, which will follow the troubles and tribulations of a character named Mr. Gustave, who serves as the aforementioned hotel’s composed concierge. The two-time Oscar-nominee director confirmed his cast for the forthcoming film, with many previous collaborators onboard. Yes, that includes Bill Murray.
Yes, it’s Grand Budapest Hotel. It’s a Euro movie. It’s a period picture. I can tell you the cast — maybe you already know the cast, but I can tell you properly who it is: We have Ralph Fiennes, »
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