The Grand Budapest Hotel Trailer Released [Video]By: Tobias Roth - October 17, 2013
The Grand Budapest Hotel, already one of the most anticipated films of 2014, has finally released its long-awaited trailer. The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest film from Wes Anderson, a big fan favorite. Anderson is known for reusing his favorite actors, and has gained a reputation for it, with this film being no different.
Wes Anderson‘s last film, Moonrise Kingdom was a huge hit, and was even nominated for Best Picture. Moonrise Kingdom also earned Anderson a nomination for Best Original Screenplay. In addition to his 2012 hit, he is very well-known as a director for his work on Rushmore, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and The Royal Tenenbaums, among others.
The new film is filled with an unbelievable amount of stars, including several of Anderson’s regulars including Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman. This film also brings in several new actors that he has not used before such as Saoirse Ronan, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law and Harvey Keitel.
Anderson is known to take his viewers on an incredible cinematic journey that introduces us to new worlds, and in this film we are given the setting of a famous hotel in Europe. The main character in the film is M. Gustave (Ralph Fiennes), a hotel concierge who is accused of murdering an elderly madame (Tilda Swinton). There is also an art heist involving Gustave’s young protege (Tony Revolori).
Entertainment Weekly states that the trailer looks a little like the board game Clue, and demonstrates the slow-boiling intrigue of Downton Abbey. It also includes a signature of Anderson’s -obtaining the color saturation of a Vermeer painting.
Fans of Wes Anderson’s can all get excited in anticipation for the next few months, for what will likely be his next big hit with The Grand Budapest Hotel. Details of the film were scarce to find for a long time, but this week, we have seen the announcement of a release date, poster, and now the trailer.
The Grand Budapest Hotel will be released on March 7, 2014.
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