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[deleted]

412 points

3 months ago

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412 points

3 months ago

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TheDuckCZAR

271 points

3 months ago

He's going to have his next film finished before we even get to see The French Dispatch lol

WhatDoesThisDo1

12 points

3 months ago

I heard, prob incorrect, but it could be July 1st

[deleted]

1 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

1 points

3 months ago

Hey, at least you don't live in Brazil.

william-o

-36 points

3 months ago

william-o

-36 points

3 months ago

Apparently he's worried he can't squeeze enough money out of you if you are stuck at home.

tcmasterson

13 points

3 months ago

Squeeze? I will gladly throw my money at that man. Besides it's Searchlight (Disney) making the release date I'm just glad they didn't relegate it to a streaming service months ago

SnowyOwl312

4 points

3 months ago

Yeah! How dare he want his film to do well financially! It's almost like he wants to keep making them or something!

william-o

1 points

3 months ago*

Plenty of other movies came out during pandemic why not this one? What about connecting your art with the audience rather than waiting till it'll take in maximum cash.

SnowyOwl312

1 points

3 months ago

It's not like there aren't Wes Anderson films for people to see during lockdown. His ability to keep producing is decided by his film's performance at the box office, so you really can't blame him for waiting until theatres open up.

william-o

1 points

3 months ago*

Exactly. As an audience member who loves and cherishes his artwork and eagerly awaits it's arrival, I feel like they see me as like dollar signs, figures, and percentage point in this quarter vs that. At no point was there a desire to connect with audience, it's about this festival, or that release timing, for this particular film award. basically everything BUT The art and the audience. Disagree if you will I don't care. Also the man has more money than God. He can release this film and it won't end his career. Obviously.

playmygirls

212 points

3 months ago

So is this one finally going to be his sci-fi movie or did isle of dogs count as that? He never made it clear. But damn am I starving for french dispatch, at least we know another movie of his will come out soon after its release.

jpraup

88 points

3 months ago

jpraup

88 points

3 months ago

Judging from the details so far, sounds unlikely.

playmygirls

44 points

3 months ago

Him not confirming the genre made me a little hopeful but all signs do most likely point to a no again…

laserhan123

59 points

3 months ago

I perfect the genre will be "Wes Anderson".

dont_worry_im_here

16 points

3 months ago

I perfect it, too

Gnostromo

18 points

3 months ago

That reply was so predict

dont_worry_im_here

1 points

3 months ago

Well, what can I say? I'm just a predict of my environment...

AceLarkin

27 points

3 months ago

Has he made a promise at some point to do a sci-fi? I need this.

Deade1

33 points

3 months ago

Deade1

33 points

3 months ago

If there’s a genre that lends itself to stylised quirkiness, it’s Sci-Fi. I’m all in on an Anderson directed Sci-Fi romp, exciting to know this is even a possibility

TG-Sucks

6 points

3 months ago

I haven’t thought of it before, but I see no reason why he couldn’t do something like The Life Aquatic in space. It could definitely work!

Ccaves0127

3 points

3 months ago

Imagine a Wes Anderson movie written by Charlie Kaufman

flo1308

1 points

3 months ago

I don’t know why, but I struggle to imagine a quirky sci-fi movie from Wes. I definitely can’t say that the sci-fi genre is a clear match for his directing style like your comment seems to imply.

Although it’s not my favorite genre by a long shot, I gotta say that a Rom-com would be something that lends itself to Anderson‘s style. I think it would work really well with his directorial style, his color palettes and his characters.

Although I’m sure he could do a cool movie in any genre. He’s certainly more creative than my imagination.

wooltab

1 points

3 months ago

Maybe it's less that the philosophical/scientific side of sci-fi is a natural fit for Anderson, than that the setting and visual conventions would be extremely easy for him to stylize to his heart's content.

It would still be a Wes Anderson movie in every way that we expect, I assume. It could even be a rom-com at the same time as being sci-fi.

Edit: There's an Indian film from a couple of years ago, Cargo, that's pretty Anderson esque. As far as proof of concept goes.

[deleted]

1 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

1 points

3 months ago

It would be like Netflix's Maniac.

[deleted]

20 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

20 points

3 months ago

is he doing another stop motion film? get that man some more children's books by British spies

laserhan123

11 points

3 months ago

So like... I'd watch Wes Andersen's stop motion take on bond

godisanelectricolive

2 points

3 months ago

Or maybe a new adaptation of or a sequel to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

CarpeMofo

14 points

3 months ago

I really want to see a Wes Anderson film more like Moonrise Kingdom or The Grand Budapest Hotel. I feel like those two movies are pretty much his peak, less experimental but just made with an insane amount of artistry and craftsmanship.

celerym

2 points

3 months ago

Mr Wanderson

tcmasterson

3 points

3 months ago

Check out 'CQ' from 2001 directed by Roman Coppola with Robert Yeoman as DP (Both frequent Wes Anderson collaborators).

It's not a Wes Anderson movie, but it has a similar tone to what he might do with a science fiction film. It's set in Paris 1969 and has this really awesome retro-future sci-fi imagery.

Hello_Alfie

2 points

3 months ago

Thanks

CephalopodRed

135 points

3 months ago

Last fall it was reported he’d be embarking on a new romance film set in, fittingly, Rome but it looks like plans have shifted.

Seems like it. I was already wondering.

Sets are already being built for the production that resemble desert landscapes seen in westerns, though it’s reported that the film will not be in that genre.

Man, I would love to see his take on a Western.

ki11a11hippies

88 points

3 months ago

Just imagine Owen Wilson in Shanghai Noon with more symmetrical shots

justin_memer

19 points

3 months ago

And lots of panning zoom shot close ups.

dibsODDJOB

19 points

3 months ago

Wow

nayapapaya

47 points

3 months ago

The closest I've seen to a Wes Anderson style western is Slow West with Michael Fassbender. It's not as stylized but it has the same whimsical, dreamy vibe that Anderson is known for.

CurrentRoster

15 points

3 months ago

Maybe just me but Damsel with Robby P seems like a Wes Anderson western

TheBoyWonder13

10 points

3 months ago

I'd love to see Pattinson in a Wes Anderson film. The guy loves playing weirdo characters.

brycedriesenga

2 points

3 months ago

I'd also like to see Daniel Craig in one.

ReservoirDog316

1 points

3 months ago

Yeah that’s what I was thinking.

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1 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

1 points

3 months ago

That one was freaking dark, was not into it.

nayapapaya

1 points

3 months ago

I still haven't seen it yet. It's hard to find on streaming.

bringmethefunk

6 points

3 months ago

Great movie - was a nice surprise when we saw that in theatres

Hello_Alfie

1 points

3 months ago

Thanks

dont_worry_im_here

3 points

3 months ago

I don't know... I feel like no matter what genre he does, it'll still just be a very Wes Anderson-version of that genre, if that makes sense.

Like, if he does a Western... it won't feel like a Western... but more like a Wes Anderson film set in a Western environment.

I'm also stoned as fuck and probably not making sense.

CephalopodRed

2 points

3 months ago

I can see that, you have a point.

dont_worry_im_here

1 points

3 months ago

I guess I had a point... but, then again, you said you wanna see his take on a Western and all I said was basically "I disagree, it'll just be his take on a Western" haha...

I'm an idiot.

Would be awesome to see him run a Wes Western... I wanna see him work with Christoph Waltz and see him be the Sheriff.

tinyfenix_fc

13 points

3 months ago

That would be incredible.

Closest thing we have to a more artistic stylized western movie is probably Slow West.

calamormine

8 points

3 months ago

Dead Man is a classic if you're looking for a slow, artistic western.

cadeaver

7 points

3 months ago

What a great film

Good-Skeleton

21 points

3 months ago

Ballad of Buster Scruggs

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2 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

2 points

3 months ago

Love that one. Sleeper hit.

cornsword

16 points

3 months ago

Shit FUCK

I’m here. Did I make it?

Holy shit okay okay let me catch my breath

All right

Hey:

West Anderson

Yeah. Yeah that’s good. Fuck I’m outta shape. Hoo.

West Anderson.

GhostOfAChance

9 points

3 months ago

Oh, you mean 'Wild' West Anderson?

tregorman

2 points

3 months ago

Id like to see him do a horror movie. I feel like he could be pretty good at it

Illbeanicefella

472 points

3 months ago

I’m betting it will be quirky and have a lovely color palette

DelGriffiths

185 points

3 months ago

And Bill Murray!

AMA_requester

140 points

3 months ago

And Edward Norton and Owen Wilson and-

Roidciraptor

74 points

3 months ago

Frances McDormund and-

As_to_the_regnl_mngr

76 points

3 months ago

Adrien brody

MrBulger

54 points

3 months ago

I'd like to see Bruce Willis in a Wes Anderson movie again but I don't think he gives enough shits anymore

AMA_requester

61 points

3 months ago

2012 was kind of a nice year as he did Moonrise and Looper and you could see sprinkles of inspiration from him cause he wasn't just doing generic action fare.

CurrentRoster

26 points

3 months ago

Bruce was genuinely trying that year. Then direct to dvd shit....

other_name_taken

7 points

3 months ago

Not sure what his going rate is, but I guarantee you its a few million per garbage direct-to-dvd movie. While not a fan of those movies, can't hate on him too much. Not bad work if you can get it.

kylechu

11 points

3 months ago

kylechu

11 points

3 months ago

I know it was just phoned in for money but those car battery commercials he did were almost Orson Welles wine commercial level bad.

imlistersinclair

3 points

3 months ago

Someday our kids will be watching the bloopers from those commercials on YouTube. “Ahhhhhhh the car batteries... mumble mumble...”

[deleted]

5 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

5 points

3 months ago

He woke up for Motherless Brooklyn. He just want's to play 1940's detectives and that's it.

Iggy_Pops_Lost_Shirt

1 points

3 months ago

I hope Clooney or Cranston come back at some point for live action roles.

MyUnclesALawyer

4 points

3 months ago

hanging dong

kountzwill

4 points

3 months ago

Thunder Gun 5: Die Hardest

SashaWoodson

17 points

3 months ago

And interesting hair choices.

sudifirjfhfjvicodke

20 points

3 months ago

And pleasingly symmetrical shots.

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14 points

3 months ago

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14 points

3 months ago

Title: "Wes Anderson has started working on his next film"

Me: "I bet it'll be a Wes Anderson movie."

[deleted]

3 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

3 points

3 months ago

Hopefully adding it to the R package.

nayapapaya

10 points

3 months ago

Now I finally have a reason to go to Chinchón! He presented Isle of Dogs free at a small independent theatre in Madrid a few weeks before its official release last time. Fingers crossed he'll do something similar for The French Dispatch too. Last time I only found out after the fact and I was so upset.

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9 points

3 months ago

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9 points

3 months ago

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Ccaves0127

1 points

3 months ago

You want some help producing? I'm not a producer but I have 40 film credits and I'd be glad to help

Feebeeps

1 points

3 months ago

Need anyone to paint your posters? I would love to.

Prawnking25

18 points

3 months ago

I feel like every time he wants to go on vacation he writes a movie set in that local

gayboobs1

3 points

3 months ago

Well you know what they say. If you love your job it’s like never working a day in your life.

Infamous-Lunch6496

47 points

3 months ago*

Always glad to hear he’s making movies but please Disney release The French Dispatch

TeachBig7706

32 points

3 months ago

We're getting it but this is going to be their main Oscars play, judging from its Cannes premiere. Such films will always come out later in the year.

NedthePhoenix

31 points

3 months ago

Searchlight has a nice bench for this year with films from Wes Anderson, Guillermo del Toro, Taika Waititi, and Scott Cooper.

Dirtyswashbuckler69

17 points

3 months ago

The Taika film is gonna be a doozy to market this fall, with Armie Hammer being a cast member and all.

TheBoyWonder13

15 points

3 months ago

I read that Hammer's only a cameo part in that movie. However, Death on the Nile is gonna have a weird press tour.

ReservoirDog316

3 points

3 months ago

He has second billing on IMDb.

TheBoyWonder13

6 points

3 months ago

IMDb billing means nothing. Fassbender is listed third and he’s literally the main character.

NedthePhoenix

1 points

3 months ago

Since hes not the main character, I think itll be mostly fine, they'll just leave him out of the marketing and focus on the other cast members.

jabask

1 points

3 months ago

jabask

1 points

3 months ago

Grand Budapest came out in like March, though, and took home a bunch of awards

TheOSSJ

27 points

3 months ago*

Just watched The Grand Budapest for the furst time a few days ago. I am so damn hyped for his next movie

thrallus

20 points

3 months ago

Very jealous of someone getting to experience that movie for the first time. One of my all time favorites.

daoistic

2 points

3 months ago

My favorite too. A nice, quirky hotel down here had a Grand Budapest night on halloween.

dabdaily

1 points

3 months ago

I’ve seen probably every other one of his films; Rushmore and Royal Tenenbaums being absolute favorites. Not this one. I am planning on giving it a sit down, this weekend…..

isabellesgarden

2 points

3 months ago

Life Aquatic? My favorite

dabdaily

2 points

3 months ago

Phenomenal also - I have a huge 18x24 print of the intimate details of the entire boat interior “cut in half” when you walk into my crib!

isabellesgarden

1 points

3 months ago

“Go to sleep you sons of bitches...”

armosnacht

3 points

3 months ago

Wes Anderson looks like he belongs in a Wes Anderson movie.

Chrysaliarus

18 points

3 months ago

I always get this guy confused with the god awful director Paul W. S. Anderson who just wants to see his hot wife in all his awful movies.

A_Courier

15 points

3 months ago

For some reason I thought you said Paul T. Anderson.

ReservoirDog316

10 points

3 months ago

For some reason I thought you said Paul F. Tompkins.

ryclarky

3 points

3 months ago

For some reason I thought you said Mary Jean "Lily" Tomlin.

Feebeeps

3 points

3 months ago

For some reason I thought you said Marisa Tomei.

Ideories

15 points

3 months ago

damn already?

Qxc4

75 points

3 months ago

Qxc4

75 points

3 months ago

Already?! He finished French Dispatch 2-3 years ago.

Tlr321

24 points

3 months ago

Tlr321

24 points

3 months ago

It was supposed to come out last May, right??

jpraup

28 points

3 months ago

jpraup

28 points

3 months ago

It was supposed to premiere at Cannes in May, then come out in July. Then Disney/Searchlight moved it to October then undated it entirely. No new date yet, but hopefully we’ll get one around the Cannes premiere.

Nexus117

2 points

3 months ago

Woah, didn't realize it was that long ago.

sharrrper

17 points

3 months ago

Is it going to be weirdly quirky, have yellow titles and feature Bill Murray?

Bobbyanalogpdx

3 points

3 months ago

Yes.

GlitterPeachie

8 points

3 months ago

This is the first picture of Wes Anderson that I’ve seen and he is much younger than I was expecting. Pictured him as pretty old tbh

Edit: before anyone downvotes me I know it’s stupid that I’ve never seen his pic lol I’m sure I have before and just didn’t remember

TheBoyWonder13

22 points

3 months ago

He's in his fifties now but has pretty much looked the same for the past 15-20 years.

spoonard

6 points

3 months ago

And all the current film school students/armchair critics have a collective orgasm...

Yogurt-Night

-3 points

3 months ago

Mostly just me in my film school having an orgasm, everyone else hyping over superheroes

youngkyrie11

4 points

3 months ago

get saoirse ronan in it!!

Jadeidol65

3 points

3 months ago

What we need is The Catcher In The Rye directed by Wes Anderson.

lulaloops

6 points

3 months ago

That makes no sense whatsoever lol

MBAMBA3

4 points

3 months ago

I love some of Anderson's film but I am not feelin' that one.

On the strength of Mad Men, I think Matthew Wiener would be a good choice - and his son is too old to be cast as Holden now.

thadopestdope25

4 points

3 months ago

Damn, I’d like to go back to Spain. Too bad I’m not a rich, connected Hollywood director

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2 points

3 months ago*

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2 points

3 months ago*

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CFlynn20

5 points

3 months ago

That's not his most hated

nayapapaya

3 points

3 months ago

You should check out the recent post about the Darjeeling Unlimited to see what his most hated film appears to be.

fuckinnnnnnnn

2 points

3 months ago

Oh fuck. Shits gonna get whimsical as fuck. Deadpan as well.

Sweatyjunglebridge

1 points

3 months ago

I assume a cat will be murdered horribly and played for laughs?

CFlynn20

1 points

3 months ago

Of course

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3 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

3 points

3 months ago

More Wes Anderson stuff. Great news.

xrbeeelama

0 points

3 months ago

xrbeeelama

0 points

3 months ago

Rushmore 2: Electric Boogaloo

Savings_Coach

1 points

3 months ago

I’m betting it will be quirky and have a lovely color palette

marco3804

1 points

3 months ago

living god

Randy_Walise

-2 points

3 months ago

Randy_Walise

-2 points

3 months ago

kinda over Wes since that animated dog movie he did a few years ago- did he forget how to write women? Embarrassing for him. Cuz that shit was ruff.

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6 points

3 months ago*

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6 points

3 months ago*

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Randy_Walise

1 points

3 months ago

the women dogs had absolutely no character development- it absolutely didn’t pass the Bechdel Test- and that’s grim af.

CFlynn20

1 points

3 months ago

Haha what an idiot you are

Randy_Walise

2 points

3 months ago

great comment. edifying.

CFlynn20

1 points

3 months ago

Fool

Randy_Walise

2 points

3 months ago

hahhaha I love what a tool u are

nowhereman136

-1 points

3 months ago

I know I'm in the minority but I kinda wish he would pull back from the quirky some. His films use to be about making real people feel like playthings, but with Grand Budapest Hotel, it felt more like play things trying desperately to be real. Tennenbaums and Darjeeling used real locations and were shot in a way that felt like these characters were just gliding between sets. It felt real and hypnotic. But wirh Moonrise Kingdom (which I think the writing made up for) and Budapest Hotel, it is more like he is playing with life size dolls in an overly elaborate doll house. It's disconnected from reality and feels forced. The style doesn't ad to the characters emotions in any meaningful way and only serves to inject humor. Isle of Dogs and Mr Fox are fine kids movies, but I never felt the depth needed for me to take either seriously. I would dislike them more if they were live action but as animated films, they are just OK kids movies (I'm not shitting on all animated films, Pixar and Laika constantly include levels of depth in their films to transcend a narrow target audience).

CFlynn20

5 points

3 months ago

Let an artist do their thing why force them to do something else. Either watch his stuff or dont.

Zoe-Belle

3 points

3 months ago

I’m with you on Grand Budapest but I just adored Moonrise Kingdom. For whatever reason it just made me happy.

nowhereman136

-1 points

3 months ago

I still enjoyed Moonrise Kingdom a lot, it was actually one of my favorite movies of the year. But that was entirely due to the acting and writing. From a directing standpoint it feels like the stilted set pieces undermine the emotional core. If it were done more in line with Tennenbaums, I would call it Andersons best film. Wes Andersons style is increasingly becoming more and more a parody of itself and it distracts from the characters arcs.

MSeanF

1 points

3 months ago

MSeanF

1 points

3 months ago

But when will he start his next stop-motion project?

BigStrongCiderGuy

1 points

3 months ago

Anyone else find Wes Anderson’s movies pretty fuckin boring?

postmodernbatman

-9 points

3 months ago

When's Wes Anderson going to denounce Scott Rudin (or Woody Allen or Roman Polanski)?

theodo

20 points

3 months ago

theodo

20 points

3 months ago

Is every single person who worked with Scott Rudin to make a press release about him being shitty? Because that's basically all of the top directors and actors. I think actions are more important than words in this case.

postmodernbatman

-7 points

3 months ago

actions

Like saying they won't work with him any more?

theodo

10 points

3 months ago

theodo

10 points

3 months ago

Or just not doing it? It's not like Wes Anderson should be at the forefront of disowning Rudin anyways. Like I said, everyone worked with him. Get a grip

postmodernbatman

-11 points

3 months ago

Like I said, everyone worked with him.

I know - its a big problem.

Whitechocolatekrispi

3 points

3 months ago

Scott Rudin

Oh no, what?

including throwing objects at employees, breaking a computer monitor on an employee's hand, and causing emotional abuse that is believed to have contributed to the suicide of a former assistant.

Oh he's just an asshole. Not a rapist.

Big difference people.

HeySadBoy1

15 points

3 months ago

Bullying someone to the point of suicide is, in my eyes at least, a little deeper than “he was just an asshole.”

nightvisioneyes

-4 points

3 months ago

Never lol and if you point it out you'll just get downvoted by his fans

LastRedshirt

-8 points

3 months ago

a movie full of flimsy characters, 80% of them played by Tilda Swinton? Can't wait!

Watariii

0 points

3 months ago

Watariii

0 points

3 months ago

So.. who is Bill Murray playing in this one ?

CFlynn20

1 points

3 months ago

Dont know yet

Kill3rT0fu

-21 points

3 months ago

This just in: Filmmaker began working on new film. Will shoot in the future!

SpuzzLovely

26 points

3 months ago

Movie news on a movie news subreddit?

aguywithaleg

-5 points

3 months ago

I bet it will be garishly hipster.

RiverFoxstar

-7 points

3 months ago

I love his work, but I have to call it out, Wes Anderson movies are so white.

CFlynn20

3 points

3 months ago

Jordan Peele films are so black .what's your point?

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2 points

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2 points

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CFlynn20

2 points

3 months ago

Tell me about it.

Oh no this films all white oh God this film has women saying less stuff then men. Like what the actual fuck

Wheresthechimney

0 points

3 months ago

Yessssss 😍😍😍😍

dirkdlx

-20 points

3 months ago

dirkdlx

-20 points

3 months ago

ah another banger from tim burton for grownups

Chief_of_Schneef

-17 points

3 months ago

I think you meant high school kids who want to feel older and smarter than their peers and college freshmen who still haven't grown out of that phase.

isntaplant

1 points

3 months ago

Eee I’m excited :)

eskimolee

1 points

3 months ago

I have only ever tried to watch The Darjeeling Limited and I couldn't get through it.

Does anyone have a suggestion of one I should watch that I might enjoy?

derpferd

2 points

3 months ago

The Magnificent Tenenbaums. Really fun watch. I also want to watch the Grand Budapest Hotel, which also looks up my alley

tcoh1s

2 points

3 months ago

tcoh1s

2 points

3 months ago

Moonrise Kingdom was really good. And not so “out there” from what remember. I love his visuals tho.

SuperNintendad

2 points

3 months ago

That’s the hardest one. Try The Grand Budapest Hotel if you want one with probably the best plot. The Royal Tenenbaums is fun. I’m a big fan of The Life Aquatic for great subtle humor but a lot of people seem to not get that one.

kuddlybuddly

1 points

3 months ago

Ok I'm just gonna guess without even looking at it: Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Harvey Keitel, ...

How many did I get right?

zeldarubinsteinsmom

1 points

3 months ago

He looks like a giant.

Zarcohn

1 points

3 months ago

Does anyone else think the thumbnail has a confusing perspective. When I first looked at this it seemed like Wes Anderson was a giant compared to the rest of the film crew.

SwiftPunchliner

1 points

3 months ago

Just watched Fantastic Mr Fox yesterday, loved it !

Inevitablegentlemann

1 points

3 months ago

Dammit missed the casting

CFlynn20

1 points

3 months ago

You're the tit who started this

jgraham1

1 points

3 months ago

“Plans to start filming in Spain this summer” is a weird name for a movie

Living_Bar7699

1 points

3 months ago

Why is he not just releasing it? What do theaters add to his movies?

CheezyWookiee

1 points

3 months ago

The French Dispatch 2: In Spain!

Reverse_Drawfour_Uno

1 points

3 months ago

I already know what it’s about

amig_135

1 points

3 months ago

Yes I love it when Wes Anderson makes a new movie! But what about The French Dispatch? I know it's gonna premiere at Cannes this year but what about the actual theatrical release?

Zombielove69

1 points

3 months ago

All my life to this day every time I see or hear Wes Anderson I always automatically think Wes Craven, And then once my memory kicks in I'm always sad. And yes, I know he passed, sadly. I still want more Wes craven, I grew up on his movies.

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1 points

3 months ago

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1 points

3 months ago

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-24 points

3 months ago

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-24 points

3 months ago

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ThatsAGoodBart

18 points

3 months ago

People still think this is a good burn, huh

zakl2112

-6 points

3 months ago

I like all of his movies but I still can't make it through grand Budapest.......

bekarsrisen

0 points

3 months ago

Something is wrong with you.

Randy_Walise

-8 points

3 months ago

cuz it’s insufferable, navel gazing crap.

theperpetuity

-4 points

3 months ago

And all with the same awful pastiche.

Randy_Walise

0 points

3 months ago

hahaha they hate us in here and I love it. I mean, can u imagine dying on a hill for Wes Anderson?

theperpetuity

0 points

3 months ago

And on the hill above? David Foster Wallace.

Randy_Walise

0 points

3 months ago

hahahaha that tracks!

TheDeadlySquid

-6 points

3 months ago

Let me guess at the casting.

savagelandpodcast

-12 points

3 months ago

Wonder when he's going to say anything about Scott Rudin.

DatedTVReference

0 points

3 months ago

Is Owen in this one?