“Moonrise Kingdom,” the newest film from Wes Anderson, offers up another visual cornucopia from one of the most unique directors working today. Across seven movies, we’ve been treated to everything from memorably distinct characters (“The Royal Tenenbaums”) to imaginative landscapes (“Fantastic Mr. Fox”).
Anderson’s instantly recognizable style has inspired countless young filmmakers and fashionistas, along with a bevy of talented artists; whether professional or amateur, they’ve immortalized characters such as Steve… Continue reading Wes Anderson Movie Art: 'Rushmore,' 'Moonrise Kingdom,' 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' (PHOTOS)
Review in a Hurry: Ah, young love. An “emotionally disturbed” orphan ditches his scouting troop to run away with the… Continue reading Movie Review: Moonrise Kingdom Simply Sings
This weekend, it’s a face-off between intergalactic crime fighters and earth’s mightiest (box-office) heroes.
Friday sees the release of “Men in Black III,” which reunites Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as the alien-besting duo. While the series has historically brought in big box office numbers, does it have enough power behind it to potentially knock the superhero flick from its top spot?
Let’s take a look at the box-office predictions, in… Continue reading New Releases: 'Men In Black III,' 'Chernobyl Diaries,' 'Moonrise Kingdom'
“Moonrise Kingdom,” the newest film from Wes Anderson, tells the story of two young lovers — Suzy Sharp and Sam Shakusky — who run away together. Suzy is a disaffected young girl, who enjoys burying her head in books and is prone to fistfights at school. Sam is a troubled orphan, who’s been bounced around the foster care system.
A unique performance was required to bring these characters to
Call in the indie brigade. Bill Murray, your all-time favorite person, has done something even stranger than reading poetry to construction workers: He’s posing in a fashion (!) magazine.
Promoting his upcoming role in Wes Anderson’s newest flight of fancy, “Moonrise Kingdom,” Murray, alongside his on-screen co-star Kara Hayward, dressed up in a Spacesuit and a too-short tuxedo for Harper’s Bazaar.
However, the star stays mum throughout the article