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Coen Brothers' 'Hail, Caesar!' Casts Channing Tatum, Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes

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by Britt Hayes June 24, 2014 01:29 PM
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We recently learned that Joel and Ethan Coen's next movie, 'Hail Caesar!,' would reunite the writing/directing duo with their 'O, Brother Where Art Thou' and 'No Country for Old Men' stars George Clooney and Josh Brolin. Now comes word that these two A-listers will be joined by a trio of wonderful talent, including Clooney's 'Burn After Reading' co-star Tilda Swinton.

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman February 24, 2014 03:34 PM
Fox Searchlight
Wes Anderson has finally done it. He's gone and created his own country.
Zubrowka, the fictional town at the heart of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' is positioned on the farthest Eastern edge of Europe's great empire. It is a melange of stylistic flourishes and decorative signifiers from a make believe 20th Century - a memory of a memory, a fastidious, whimsical take on real horrors - a storybook samizdat that entices with madcap adventure then goes in for the kill with existential dread. It is an incredible place to visit.

First 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Clip Offers Ralph Fiennes in Wes Anderson Mode

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by Damon Houx January 02, 2014 05:32 PM
Fox Searchlight
http://youtu.be/QklK1xKA1FI
In the first clip for 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' it's readily apparent that Ralph Fiennes' concierge fits in nicely with many of writer/director Wes Anderson's other protagonists. As he conducts an interview with a new hire, he rattles off instructions at a clip that would make Max Fisher jealous.

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Trailer: Wes Anderson's Latest Is Ready to Open Its Doors

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by Nick Romano October 17, 2013 09:00 AM
Fox Searchlight
http://youtu.be/1Fg5iWmQjwk
The highly anticipated first 'Grand Budapest Hotel' trailer has arrived, offering us our first look at director Wes Anderson's star-studded latest, following last year's 'Moonrise Kingdom.'

Ralph Fiennes Checks Into 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' as Angela Lansbury Checks Out

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by Eric Walkuski October 10, 2012 11:36 AM
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Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest' is trying its best to assemble an exciting ensemble cast. Already on board are Jude Law, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray, while the names of Johnny Depp and Angela Lansbury have been associated with it as well. Depp, however, was revealed not to actually be confirmed for the flick, and, sadly, it looks like Lansbury will have to head for the exit.
But fear not -- it looks lik "He Who Must Not Be Name," Ralph Fiennes, is coming in to save the day! Nothing says "whimsical comedy" like bringing back Voldemort, right?

Liam Neeson + Ralph Fiennes -- Dead Ringers?

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by Nick Romano October 04, 2012 09:00 AM
20th Century Fox
In preparation for 'Taken 2,' hitting theaters tomorrow, we decided to re-watch a couple of Liam Neeson's masterpieces -- 'Clash of the Titans' and 'Wrath of the Titans.' (Okay, so they're not exactly American treasures.) The first time around, we were incredibly impressed with Neeson's stamina and willingness to take on two roles, (Zeus and Hades) but then the second time through took all that reverence away when we realized the actor and his co-star Ralph Fiennes were not the same person.

'Great Expectations' Unleashes a Clip of Pip

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by Damon Houx September 03, 2012 04:35 PM
LionsGate
Mike Newell's 'Great Expectations' is about to have its coming out party at the Toronto International Film Festival, as that's where it will be having its premiere, and if it's good enough then it might come to theaters in America. But until then here's a clip from the movie, showing the first time that Pip (played here by Jeremy Irvine) meets his benefactor (Ralph Fiennes) as an adult.

'Great Expectations' Trailer: Another Adaptation of the Dickens Classic

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by Damon Houx August 13, 2012 08:30 PM
LionsGate
Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations' is no stranger to adaptation. To date, there have been thirteen TV movie (or mini-series) versions, six films, and one 'South Park' parody. Director Mike Newell is the latest to tackle the book, and now there's a trailer, albeit an international one with German subtitles.