How well do you know the director and his quirky catalog?
Anderson on overdrive.
You’ll be murdered with quirkiness and Kinks songs.
Christmas came late this year. Or whatever gift-oriented holiday is applicable to you.
This film has the most Wes Anderson-y title of any Wes Anderson film.
In a movie about a thing that happens.
With apologies to Jeff Goldblum.
We learn so much.
Are there any movies I’m missing? Yeah. Probably tons.
I’ve run out of fingers.
We’re not going to yell at you. We just want you to know that we’re very, very disappointed.
“The most disturbing Oscars ever” is still better than a boring Oscar ceremony, right?
Movies about death are never a fun experience, but the 5 best terminal illness movies that won’t make you want to die provide a relatively easy viewing. While you know…
After ‘The Fantastic Mr. Fox’, Wes Anderson is back to doing what he does best: making Wes Anderson movies.
‘Moonlight Kingdom’ stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and Anderson’s super turbo BFF Bill Murray.
Wes Anderson movies are always recognizable. Whether it be the slightly quirky characters or the nostalgic offbeat music, Anderson has a unique style. Here is a look at his films, so…
The new movie, with the totally not hipster-y title ‘Moonrise Kingdom’, stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and of course, Schwartzman.
A whole slew of actors want to play in Wes Anderson’s quirky sand box. Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, and Tilda Swinton are all in talks to star in Moon Rise Kingdom, Anderson’s next directorial project that he wrote with Roman Coppola.
Bask in all the irony.
Hipsters everywhere will soon have a reason to not be indignant with the movies. Wes Anderson, their poster boy director, is in the midst of making a new film. There aren't many details yet, but The Playlist discovered that Anderson is looking for a 12-year-old boy and girl to fill the lead roles. I'm sure he's camera testing them in wide-angled, meticulously art-directed shots.
I'm a much bigger fan of Anderson's animated directing effort Fantastic Mr. Fox than I am of his live action films. Perhaps him shooting his next film with young leads means he's staying in touch with his inner child. Of course he'll have to cram Jason Schwartzman in there somehow, but he's compact and doesn't take up too much of the frame.
Director: Wes AndersonCast: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Owen Wilson, Bill MurraySynopsis: Angry farmers, tired of sharing their chickens with a sly fox, look to get rid of their opponent and his family.
In Fantastic Mr. Fox, cinema auteur Wes Anderson has decided to take his uniquely composed wide shots and apply them to the world of stop motion animal puppets. He still couldn't part with at least one brother Wilson and Jason Schwartzman, but this time they merely provide the voices for their underground dwelling characters. It's sure to be one heck of a good twitchy, off-putting, imaginative caper with enough George Clooney charm to spare.