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25 Wes Anderson Movie Facts To Fill You With Whimsy

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Check out 25 facts about Wes Anderson's movies, including why Bill Murray continues to be an awesome human being.


The 2013 Oscar Nominees

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The Oscar nominations are out, and you probably want to see them.

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Wes Anderson Bingo Is The Best Film-Related Bingo Game Going


Wes Anderson's latest, Moonrise Kingdom, isn't playing in many places at the moment, so while you wait for it to come to your town why not play a whimsical game of bingo with the films of Wes Anderson.


Box Office: Men in Black Doesnt Flop, Moonrise Kingdom breaks scarf record

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In one of the most shocking stories of the summer, Men in Black 3 was NOT a humongous bomb.


Weekend Movie Guide: Here Come The Men In Black Who Need More Money

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Opening Everywhere: Men in Black 3, Chernobyl Diaries, Moonrise Kingdom Never Heard of It: Mighty Fine FilmDrunk Suggests: Well looky here – for once me and Vince agree on something.

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A Possibly Drunk Bill Murray Explains The New Wes Anderson Movie

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In the age of the internet, the marketing departments at movie studios have tried countless things to get whatever film they're promoting on the brains of web users, from Funny or Die spoofs to trick viral marketing campaigns.

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This Week in Posters & Stills: James Bond, Bill Murray in Plaid, Spazzy Will Smith

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Kicking off this week's This Week in Posters and Stills, here's the latest poster for Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film, directed by Sam Mendes, starring Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem, opening November 9th.

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Moonrise Kingdom something something Shirtless Bill Murray

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Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom opens May 25th and today four new charmingly glib featurettes are online, narrated by Bob Balaban ("Balaban" backwards is "Nabalab").

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Two New Clips from Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom

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You can whine about Wes Anderson being overly twee and precious all you want, if Ed Norton, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand, and Harvey Keitel (you're barely skating by, Schwartzman.


This Week in Posters: Django Unchained, Moonrise Kingdom, The Avengers Premiere

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THIS WEEK IN POSTERS & STILLS: This week, I've got new posters and stills from Wes Anderson AND Quentin Tarantino, among others.


Latest Wes Anderson poster shockingly contains retro styling, yellow text, whimsy

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Wes Anderson is so polarizing that even his fans (like me) will argue to the death amongst themselves over his best and worst movies (best: Rushmore, Tenenbaums, Fox; worst: Darjeeling, Bottle Rocket).

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DROP EVERYTHING! The new Bill Murray/Wes Anderson has a trailer.

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Moonrise Kingdom, the new Wes Anderson movie starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Francis McDormand, Tilda Swinton, and Jason Schwartzman has a trailer out, and I don't know what else a person could possibly need to know about it other than that cast.

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Bill Murray really digs your Tapout sweatshirt, bro

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An IMDB user recently uploaded the first pictures from the set of Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, currently shooting in Rhode Island, starring Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton and Harvey Keitel, with a rumored 2012 release.

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Bill Murray and Bruce Willis: Wes Anderson’s latest gets a distributor, synopsis

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Wes Anderson, whom I love, because I ride my bike around San Francisco hopping from coffee shop to coffee shop writing arch blog posts, has a new film going into production, but even the most virulent anti-hipster would have to concede that this sounds pretty awesome.

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Wes Anderson’s next project has an awesome cast

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Today we've got an update on Moonrise Kingdom, the next project for yellow text-loving ascot enthusiast Wes Anderson and his cabal of quip-spewing indie rock glibsters.

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