"Battleship? What's Battleship?"
Watch the First in New York Magazine’s Own Matt Zoller-Seitz’s Five-Part Series of Video Essays on the Films of Wes Anderson
The Museum of the Moving Image likes Matt Zoller-Seitz almost as much as we do, but we're biased.
The Moonrise Kingdom party was flagging. Then the big man stepped in.
But can Rihanna play coy?
From Steven Soderbergh to Wes Anderson.
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At 75 years old, the lot where Ben-Hur, Roman Holiday and Gangs of New York were shot has survived war, fire, and near bankruptcy.
It's very Wes.
One, two, twee!
Bill Murray in madras: into it.
It's his first time at the festival.
Or: the inspiration for every window display at Anthropologie.
Where the hell is Jason Schwartzman?
What better way to stage a comeback, Ja?
You know a Wes Anderson joint when you see one.
Who needs NYU when you've got screen shots?
I'll be out back. I'm going to find a tree to chop down."
Tongue-in-cheek horror suddenly got even more self-aware.
"I think [Anderson is] a little sociopathic."
Plus a 'Stay Puft' fish.
Also Tilda Swinton, Ed Norton, and Frances McDormand.
It's called "The Ballad of Reading Milton."
Cute AND dark.
He's going to start shooting in the spring, and is looking to cast a boy and a girl, each 12-years-old, in the lead roles.