Wes Anderson Adds Ralph Fiennes for ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’; Angela Lansbury Drops Out
After the enormous commercial success of his summer indie flick, Moonrise Kingdom, one might assume Wes Anderson would take a little time off – but the critically-acclaimed filmmaker is already hard at work on his next feature, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Anderson has been assembling another excellent ensemble for months now. Besides securing his regular players, including Bill Murray and most recently, Jason Schwartzman, he has also acquired the talents of Academy Award nominee Jude Law (The Talented Mr. Ripley) and two-time nominee Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient).
Anderson hasn’t revealed much about the story or the characters, but according to Variety, Fiennes will play M. Gustave, a “perfectly composed” hotel concierge who also happens to be a psychic. Johnny Depp was originally reported to have signed on to play ...
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