"The Grand Budapest Hotel" has been a remarkable success for Wes Anderson. Not only does the $58 million domestic haul mark his best ever effort in the U.S., overseas, the film has been a powerhouse, taking in nearly double what it has at home, with $107 million and counting. And the movie is now doing a victory lap on home video.
Already available on a format of your choice in the U.S., the film is set to hit home video in the U.K., and Live For Films has a clip from one of the best moments in "The Grand Budapest Hotel." The two-minute excerpts The Society Of The Crossed Keys coming together to assist Gustave H. in his time of need. It's quintessential Anderson boiled to a terrific montage.
After that, why not spend about a half hour watching the making of "The Royal Tenenbaums," which, until 'Budapest,' was Anderson's biggest box office hit. The doc goes deep behind the scenes, and fans will want to take a look. Check it out below.