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    Ralph Fiennes Career Watch: from 'Schindler's List' and Mile-High Antics to 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Ralph Fiennes carries Wes Anderson's indie period comedy 'Grand Budapest Hotel' on his able shoulders. We examine Fiennes' career from his breakout role in "Schindler's List" through "The English Patient" and his recent turn to directing. Where should he go from here?

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    10 New Images From Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Check In

    Reservations will soon be made at theatres across the country for "The Grand Budapest Hotel." Wes Anderson's latest Joseph Cornell box displayes a wholly imagined Europe of the past that still touches upon its real history. As we wrote in our review, the film takes "place in a world so perfectly con...

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    'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Gets Even Grander with Interactive New Website

    "Who wouldn't want to work at the Grand Budapest?" exclaims the budding young lobby boy in director Wes Anderson's latest cinematic treat "The Grand Budapest Hotel." That's a question we've all been asking ourselves ever since the film's first trailer went viral months ago and delighted Wes Anderson...

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    Interview: Ralph Fiennes On 'The Invisible Woman,' Working With Wes Anderson & Awards Season Pitfalls

    In town to accept an honorary Dragon Award from the Göteborg International Film Festival (which seriously has the coolest mascot, I mean, Lions, and Leopards and Bears, oh my, but Dragons), actor, director and Dark Lord Ralph Fiennes also presented his latest directorial offering “The Invisible Woma...

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    Talking the Oscar-Nominated Costume Design of 'The Invisible Woman'

    Oscar-winning costume designer Michael O' Connor ("The Duchess") may be an expert at period pieces, but he was a Charles Dickens novice along with actor-director Ralph Fiennes before making "The Invisible Woman." And in this year's battle of the period pieces ("American Hustle," "The Great Gatsby," ...

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    Felicity Jones on Reuniting With Ralph Fiennes for 'The Invisible Woman' and Her Rise After 'Like Crazy'

    It was three years ago to this month that Felicity Jones officially broke through.

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    Watch: Ralph Fiennes in Two Scenes From Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Ahead of its March 7th release, Fox Searchlight has unveiled two meaty (and very promising) scenes from Wes Anderson's upcoming ensemble comedy, "The Grand Budapest Hotel."

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Lone Survivor' Opens Well in Two Theaters While 'August: Osage County' Falls Short

    The long holiday weekend is one of the best periods of the year for specialized films. But given the plethora of high profile art films and quality wide studio releases to catch up with, business is spread out among many titles. This weekend, "Lone Survivor" exceeded expectations in limited release,...

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    Review: Ralph Fiennes' Charles Dickens Drama 'The Invisible Woman' Co-Starring Felicity Jones

    Charles Dickens and his comely, considerably younger mistress have a dickens of a time getting their adulterous act together in “The Invisible Woman,” a directing, as well as starring, turn for Ralph Fiennes. He’s rarely been better than he is as the 19th century’s most celebrated novelist, with his...

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