Tag Archive

Tag Archives for " The Royal Tenenbaums "

Owen Wilson on ‘Original and Unique’ ‘French Dispatch,’ Working with Wes Anderson for Three Decades

Owen Wilson is on his seventh collaboration with director Wes Anderson with the upcoming “The French Dispatch,” soon set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival ahead of a long-awaited fall release. But he’s also juggling TV duties in his role as Mobius on Disney+’s Marvel Cinematic Universe series “Loki.” The actor recently spoke to […]

Continue reading

Tribeca Film Festival to Feature ‘Fargo,’ ‘Royal Tenenbaums’ Cast Reunions

The casts of “Fargo,” “Raging Bull,” “The Five Heartbeats,” and “The Royal Tenenbaums” will reunite at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.In addition, the festival, which is returning to in-person events after Covid scrambled plans for the 2020 edition, will host talks with the likes of Bradley Cooper, Amy Schumer, Gina Prince-Bythewood, M. Night Shyamalan, and […]

Continue reading

‘The Royal Tenenbaums,’ ‘Fargo’ Reunions Set for Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival is adding some splashy talks to its upcoming New York City lineup, which promises to be the first major film festival in the U.S. to return to business as normal after the pandemic.Director Joel Coen will be joined in conversation with stars Frances McDormand and Steve Buscemi to commemorate the 25th […]

Continue reading

‘I walked out of Avengers profoundly changed’: our writers’ favourite cinema moments

Big-screen highlights, from a magnificent montage in The Royal Tenenbaums to an all-time high in Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo BayCatherine Bray on cinema’s long-awaited returnIt is so difficult to pin down a “happiest” moment in the cinema, as opposed to the clearer spikes of fear, amusement or euphoria, maybe because the happy feeling […]

Continue reading

Why ‘The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou’ Is Secretly Wes Anderson’s Best Film

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou was released 15 years ago today, the fourth film from the now-iconic director of melancholic whimsy Wes Anderson. His previous three movies – Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums – were critical darlings, singling Anderson out as a young filmmaker to watch. Then he made a movie about […]

Continue reading

Wes Anderson’s Next Film Will Be Set In Post-wwii France

Wes Anderson films are truly a genre all their own. His filmography is full of wildly eclectic, and yes, whimsical films that range from stop-motion animated films like “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and “Isle of Dogs” to eccentric family dramas like “The Royal Tenenbaums.” While they all share a similar style and tone, Anderson’s films are […]

Continue reading

How the Wes Anderson aesthetic took over the world

‘Your barista’s favourite director’ is back with Isle of Dogs – but with his trademark twee ubiquitous in film, TV and fashion, he never really went awayThe trailer for new movie Birthmarked is a strange thing, both quirky yet teeth-grindingly banal. Over a jingly-jangly soundtrack, Matthew Goode and Toni Collette play a studiously eccentric American […]

Continue reading