The director and screenwriter is known for presenting worlds as carefully composed as dollhouses or dioramas. Here’s a look at how he returns to one particular shot.
Because nothing soothes the soul like love and laughter.
Out now in theaters, The Spectacular Now tells the story of two teenagers falling in love — and growing up in the process. Here are 25 other coming-of-age romance films that left a lasting impression, presented in chronological order.
With the premiere of NBC’s Camp and USA’s Summer Camp, it’s easy to feel nostalgia for summer camp — at least the fictional ones. Here are some of the camps that would have made your summer complete.
Oscar-ceremony attendees say they want eyeballs any way they can get them.
Sorry, but the limited-edition prints are already sold out.
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Just how many awards have Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Anne Hathaway won this season? SPOILER ALERT: It’s a lot.
It’s nominated for a Best Original Screenplay Oscar, so this is pretty legit.
Face it, the most memorable songs in movies are usually the ones we already know, not the original tunes.
Literally every couple on the internet dressed up as Sam Shakusky and Suzy Bishop from Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom.
Spoke Art presented these limited edition posters at New York Comic-Con last weekend in advance of their annual Wes Anderson art show in San Francisco.
What if you wanted to aesthetically base your life on this movie? First of all, you need to make sure your surroundings look like a vintage postcard from Maine. Secondly, you have to be totally copacetic with smelling like a musty attic at all times.
Not to be crude, but this is a Wes Anderson fan’s wet dream.
There must have been a shortage of available actors because it seems that everyone made multiple films this blockbuster season. So start planning marathons dedicated to your favorite Hollywood stars.
In case you’re too lazy to watch the trailer from Wes Anderson’s upcoming movie. Jeez, did he shoot the whole thing on Instagram or something?
The first trailer for Anderson’s latest film is online. In addition to all of the standard Anderson touches (muted color palette, Jason Schwartzman, deadpan, and Bill Murray), the film also has Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Tilda Swinton. It takes place at camp. It looks like a fun time.