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