"The submarine itself was kind of a fire hazard. It was a dangerous thing. They were all sealed up in it. This was in Italy and there was no plan. ‘What happens if these lights start melting the thing? It’s going to take us 30 minutes to get these guys out of the canister.’" — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his best scene.

"It’s not like I necessarily made a choice that I would like to do this again. It’s sometimes just that I don’t have an alternative. It’s the way I like the most. I could do this other thing, but I don’t really like it as much. I’ve done eight movies, and you go back to the well a certain number of times and some things are going to start to be familiar. I also equate it to handwriting. Your personality comes through in a way. You don’t really control your handwriting. I feel a bit like that with the whole process of making the movie." — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his fascination with the mentor-mentee relationship.

"It’s not like I necessarily made a choice that I would like to do this again. It’s sometimes just that I don’t have an alternative. It’s the way I like the most. I could do this other thing, but I don’t really like it as much. I’ve done eight movies, and you go back to the well a certain number of times and some things are going to start to be familiar. I also equate it to handwriting. Your personality comes through in a way. You don’t really control your handwriting. I feel a bit like that with the whole process of making the movie." — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his fascination with the mentor-mentee relationship.

What kind of bird are you? I’m the kind that got the Wes Anderson book from @worstkase!

What kind of bird are you? I’m the kind that got the Wes Anderson book from @worstkase!

Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” a.k.a. the “Clue” remake we wanted.

"Well, it’s not annoying. It’s just, you know, my real honest response is just … nothing. It’s just white noise to me. It’s lost all its sting over the years."

Wes Anderson on what he thinks about people calling his movies “twee.” Also, I TALKED TO WES ANDERSON *dead*