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Watch: Bill Murray Plots An Escape In New Clip From Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 4, 2014 at 3:12PM

How much are we looking forward to "The Grand Budapest Hotel"? Let us count the ways. Not only is it our third most anticipated film of 2014, it's also one of the ten movies we can't wait to see at the Berlin Film Festival. And being a star-studded, new Wes Anderson joint, it should be fairly self-evident why we're anticipating this one.
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The Grand Budapest Hotel

How much are we looking forward to "The Grand Budapest Hotel"? Let us count the ways. Not only is it our third most anticipated film of 2014, it's also one of the ten movies we can't wait to see at the Berlin Film Festival. And being a star-studded, new Wes Anderson joint, it should be fairly self-evident why we're anticipating this one.

But if not, here's Bill Murray to remind you. Anderson's pal and regular collaborator features in this new clip, helping to whisk away Ralph Fiennes' Gustave H. and his beloved lobby boy (newcomer Tony Revolori). And yes, the scene is brimming with set design detail, tailored performers, a specific visual aesthetic (including the use of Academy ratio), sly jokes and much more. Basically, if you already dig Wes Anderson there is much to love right here in this Ernst Lubitsch-esque flick.

What's more, is you won't have to wait long to see it with "The Grand Budapest Hotel" due in cinemas on March 7th. Watch below.

This article is related to: Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel


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