Master of twee Wes Anderson has done it again: he’s teamed up with Roman Coppola for a three-part ad for Prada Candy L’ Eau fragrance starring Lea Seydoux as the capricious Candy, plus Peter Gadiot and Rodolphe Pauly as two almost-identical guys who vie for her affections. It’s signature Wes right down to the vivid [...]
Never mind that Bill Murray is already a go-to actor for Wes Anderson films. Fine artist Casey Weldon wondered ‘What if it could be all Murray, all the time?’, and went on to paint the dude as the other Wes Anderson characters that he didn’t actually play. It’s what happens when Bill Murray invades Wes [...]
Some ideas are so simple, we wonder why we never thought of it first. Kanye Wes is where Kanye West lyrics and Wes Anderson movie stills meet — and believe us, they work beautifully together. Just goes to show how you can find common ground anywhere if you just pry these peepers and look.
There was a time when Wes Anderson was rumoured to reboot the Spiderman franchise. Mark Webb went on to direct The Amazing Spiderman, due for a release this July. Time to revisit this 2010 fan-made video by Jeff Loveness, which imagines Wes Anderson’s offbeat world of Spiderman.
From the world of animated films, we came across the art of one story-artist whose works have included the Fantastic Mr Fox, Wes Anderson’s wonderful take on the Roald Dahl classic.
I don’t get who decides what movies are shown where, and at what times. The new Twilight film is crap, stars androgynous mannequins, and is based on an even worse book by a bible-bashing lunatic. However for a couple of months I could see it at any megaplex at nearly any hour of the day. Then Fantastic Mr Fox arrives – a film based on a far superior book by an acclaimed director, starring a world-renowned vocal cast, and it’s not on anywhere but a few arthouse cinemas after 4pm. So I had to wait until the weekend.