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    Watch: 'The Grand Sausage Pizza,' A Porno In The Style Of Wes Anderson

    Can we call it a day yet on "[Insert Whatever] In The Style Of Wes Anderson"? Probably not. The filmmaker continues to inspire, for better or worse, no shortage of comedians, tribute artists and more to pay homage to or parody his work. In the past month we've seen the opening credits of "Forrest Gu...

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    Watch: 5-Minute Wes Anderson Visual Mixtape Breaks Down The Director's Style

    It may be easy to parody, but it's hard to sincerely duplicate the style of Wes Anderson. And yet, his exacting method of highly detailed settings, stylized dialogue, and carefully choreographed sequences continue to spawn a plethora of tributes. And one week after we got the credits of "Forrest Gum...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories Filmmakers Must Read: Yahoo's New Paul Feig Series, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Effects Reel, and James Franco on AOL

    Here are the top five tech stories of the day: Look Effects breaks down "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Yahoo is producing two new series by Paul Feig and Mike Rolin, AOL announces 16 original web series for 2014, Ketchum Labs and BlackBoxTV Partner, and web series "Next Time on Lonny" returns under Ben...

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    Watch: The Magic Behind The Visual Effects in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    The video provides across-the-board insight into the labor that goes into visual effects -- chronicling everything from the simplest task of color correcting establishing shots to the more complex, multi-step process of building an action sequence via green-screen work and three-dimensional modeling...

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    Watch: Opening Credits of ‘Forrest Gump’ In The Style Of Wes Anderson

    It’s a losing equation: the closer parodies and homages of Wes Anderson’s work get to perfectly capturing the director’s style, the more insufferable the result. For every halfway decent homage—like the Halloween-themed entry from “SNL” last year—there are dozens that actively detract from fond memo...

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    Box Office Top Ten: 'Noah' Floats High All Over the World, Challenged by Mighty 'Captain America'

    Darren Aronofsky's $125-million Bible epic "Noah" easily took #1 this weekend. The $44 million gross was solid but not sensational. With international territories performing even better, the picture appears on its way to modest profits.

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    Watch: "Wes Anderson Centered" Compiles The Most Symmetrical Shots

    In this compilation video, filmmaker Kogonado highlights some of Anderson's most symmetrical shots.

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    Watch: Wes Anderson Breaks Down Scene From 'Budapest Hotel' Plus Crossed Keys Featurette & Symmetry Supercut

    With only 66 screens to call its own, Wes Anderson’s 1930s-set “The Grand Budapest Hotel” landed in the eighth spot in the box office this past weekend for a solid $55K per screen average. To help broaden the audience of the period film as it expands nationwide over the coming weeks, a pair of featu...

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    A Pastry-Covered Hammer: Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel"

    Critics praise the beautiful surface of Wes Anderson's latest, but miss the steel beneath it.

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    From Dallas To Zubrowka: The Imagined Worlds of Wes Anderson

    Books, architecture, costumes, and curio items: they fill the busy frames of Wes Anderson’s work (in collaboration with longtime DP Robert Yeoman and production designer Mark Friedberg), and in part serve to make the writer/director’s eight feature films and four shorts so rich, rewatchable, and inc...

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