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Coming off of 2012’s splendid Moonrise Kingdom, writer/director Wes Anderson is putting the pieces together for his next feature, Grand Budapest Hotel.  As usual with Anderson's films, plot details are scarce, but we do know that the story takes place 85 years ago and centers on the troubles and tribulations of a hotel concierge played by Ralph Fiennes.  As production gears up to begin, word now comes that one of Anderson’s recent collaborators will be joining the project: composer Alexandre Desplat.  Hit the jump for more details. Desplat has scored Anderson’s last two films, Moonrise Kingdom and Fantastic Mr. Fox, and it appears that Anderson plans on continuing the relationship as Screen Daily (via The Playlist) reports that Desplat will be scoring Grand Budapest Hotel.  Also returning for this latest project are producer Scott Rudin and cinematographer Robert Yeoman.  Rudin has produced every Anderson film since The Royal Tenenbaums »


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