Video proof that Wes Anderson did in fact set foot on the 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' set!
Plus: Johnny Depp makes own children cry.
Godard is ready for some football!
God, this is adorable.
"Thank you, George ... "
'The Hurt Locker' was a no-brainer, but things got tense deciding Best Screenplay.
There weren't any e-mails this time around, but we did get some phone calls.
What's the best Roald Dahl movie of all time? You might be surprised.
"You're not going to get creepy now, are you?"
"You know what I mean? Someone doesn't karate chop something when they're excited."
Faded glory, an idiosyncratic air of mystery, dinosaur rock, all in one moment — and impossible, Anderson claims, to shoehorn into the script.
Plus: Robert Pattinson on his limitations.
"Why did this India movie become a big hit and mine didn't?"
It's even more somber than the last trailer.
Judging by a recent interview, a good chunk of it!
Bill Murray sounds like he had a plane to catch.
We're not quite sure what one has to do with the other, either.
According to someone who saw it yesterday, Anderson's ending is different from Roald Dahl's.
Also: Jon Pareles is the world's last remaining Smashing Pumpkins fan.
Plus: '28 Months Later'?
Jarvis Cocker to Write Music for Wes Anderson’s ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’; Movie Now Sounds Too Good to Actually Happen
So how long before test screenings start scaring children and the studio demands reshoots on this thing?
How about a spoof Judd Apatow movie? Or a Wes Anderson spoof?
Getting in on the response-video blood sport, Sheek Louch—the comic relief in the NYC gangster-rap survivor clique the Lox/D-Block—has taken the game to Wes Anderson.