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  • Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel': 5 Ways Marketing Was Key

    Sometimes it pays not to follow the recipe. Marketing brainstorms have helped Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" grow impressive box office, with different strategies building on each other like the layers of a Dobos torte. Fox Searchlight co-toppers Steve Gilula and Nancy Utley credit the filmmaker's unique visual style and meticulous attention to detail. " 'Budapest' allows you to immerse yourself in a completely different world," Utley tells Variety, noting five elements that have made the film a hit.
  • Tilda Swinton on Why She Doesn't Consider Herself an Actor

    Tilda Swinton has always exuded an otherworldly aura. Maybe it's the pale, almost translucent skin that highlights her steely blue eyes. She speaks with such rabid intelligence that even a casual conversation sounds like it was scripted by Dorothy Parker....

    'Grand Budapest Hotel' Hits $100 Mil, Becomes Wes Anderson's Highest-Grossing Pic

    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" has reached yet another milestone. The quirky dramedy has passed the $100 million mark at the worldwide box office to become director Wes Anderson's highest-grossing movie to date. Although it took over a month to meet the...

    The fantastical facial hair of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    The fantastical facial hair of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
    As with Wes Anderson’s previous movies, there isn’t a detail overlooked or a hair out of place in “The Grand Budapest Hotel” -- no mean feat given the myriad mustaches and bumper crop of beards that careen across the screen (no...

    Paul Greenberg: Very well, alone!

    It's enough to make a tear appear even on the usually stony face of Clio, muse of history, who you'd think would be used to having her works -- and their lessons -- ignored by now. This time it's the lesson that David Low, the British cartoonist,...