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Trailer: The Grand Budapest Hotel

The trailer for Wes Anderson's newest film is here! It looks great, and features a lot of familiar faces. Hopefully everyone involved gets ample screen time, as there are many names attached to the project. The film has a dark comic tone to it, as it focuses on the death of a long time client, and a painting that was passed on to the hotel manager. I can't wait to see what Ralph Fiennes does with his character (as it is rare that he appears in comedies), and to be engulfed by the style that Anderson has used for his work. Definitely something to look forward to!


  1. Fiennes looks AMAZING here! Can't wait for this.

    1. It comes out early next year, so the wait's not going to be much longer! Looking forward to it!


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