Filmmaker Wes Anderson’s Golden Globe-nominated Moonrise Kingdom is not only a critical darling and financial success, it’s also one of indie auteur’s rare films to cross-over beyond his fanbase (read our review, for case in point). Hence, the heightened interest his next project, titled The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Anderson has confirmed his stock company of actors (including Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson) are onboard for Grand Budapest Hotel. He is also re-teaming with numerous past collaborators – such as Moonrise Kingdom players Tilda Swinton and Edward Norton – and new additions Ralph Fiennes and Jude Law.
During a THR interview about his career in general, Anderson teased the plot and setting of Grand Budapest Hotel – before formerly announced the impressive ensemble cast. To quote:
Well, yes, [my next ...
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