Ralph Fiennes News
6:12 PM 10/17/2013 by Jeff Giles
One day after Fox Searchlight announced it'd be releasing Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel will be opening for business on March 7, 2014, lo and behold, here's the movie's first trailer -- and your first in-depth look at a movie that features the combined acting might of (deep breath) Ralph Fiennes, F.
First Trailer for Wes Anderson's THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Starring Ralph Fiennes, Saoirse Ronan, and Bill Murray
collider.com – Fox Searchlight has released the first trailer for writer/director Wes Anderson’s new film The Grand Budapest Hotel. The story takes place in early 20th-century Hungary and revolves around the goings-on at the titular hotel, where a legendary concierge (Ralph Fiennes) takes a young employee (Tony Revolori) under his wing to become his trusted protégé. 7 weeks 6 days ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – Wes Anderson is shooting his new film, Grand Budapest Hotel, right now, with Ralph Fiennes and Saoirse Ronan in the lead roles. Fiennes plays the concierge of the titular hotel, and the cast also includes Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson, Jeff Goldblum, F. 39 weeks 6 days ago via brucelee
Ralph Fiennes & Mads Mikkelsen Confirmed For 'Our Kind Of Traitor,' 'Tinker Tailor' Sequel 'Smiley's People' May Shoot Next Year
fb.indiewire.com – Some very good news for fans of John Le Carré or just smart spy films in general that don't end with the hero booby trapping his house in an overly elaborate and kind of stupid plan to capture an international criminal. Two books by the master of the genre are on their way to the big screen, and one of them is a sequel we thought might have been left for dead. 43 weeks 6 days ago via jetli
Posted December 26th, 2012 by Binh Ngo
The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.
7:21 AM 11/10/2012 by Jeff Giles
Film franchises lose their way all the time, and the Bond series has more baggage than most -- but Skyfall acts as a lithe, brutal case study in how characters can stay vital no matter how many stories they've already told.
12:22 PM 11/9/2012 by Sara Vizcarrondo
A close up of Daniel Craig’s eye ends Skyfall’s credit sequence. It’s a touch of Vertigo and reminds us this franchise will “keep ticking,” or at least the hands of time don't plan to stop moving. The clock motif is subtle but bigger than Bond's Omega product placement. This Bond is greying, wounded and unfit for service—but his legacy as MI6’s energizer bunny makes him the ideal (if the only) candidate to defeat a villain too internet savvy to track and too ephemeral to identify.
deadline.com – BREAKING: Ralph Fiennes will star in Grand Budapest Hotel, which is Wes Anderson’s followup to the summer hit Moonrise Kingdom. The film is coming together quickly with Anderson producing with Scott Rudin and Indian Paintbrush’s Steven Rales, Anderson’s collaborators on Moonrise Kingdom. Johnny Depp had originally sought to play the role when the project was first set up, but that didn’t work out. 1 year 9 weeks ago via donnieyen
Toronto 2012: OMG! New P&A Fund Outsource Media Group Buys North American Rights for 'Great Expectations'
fb.indiewire.com – A new funding company with a great acronym, Outsource Media Group, has bought all North American rights to the Mike Newell's "Great Expectations" in advance of its world premiere tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film stars Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter, Jeremy Irvine, and Holliday Grainger. OMG, which provides print and advertising financing, will partner with a distributor to handle this title and others. 1 year 13 weeks ago via donnieyen