Well, it's getting to be that time of the year again. What time could it be, you ask? Wes Anderson time, that's what. The Grand Budapest Hotel hits theaters March 7, and, like any able-bodied Anderson junkie, BlackBook is diving into his extensive (and impeccably executed) repertoire.
Binge watching The Royal Tenenbaums, Rushmore, and The Life Aquatic is entry-level digging — the shallow end of the Anderson pool, if you will. BlackBook has unearthed a relic of interviews for us all to consume: Wes Anderson's stint as Charlie Rose. Back in 2002, the then semi-new director guest hosted Charlie Rose where he interviewed Robert Evans. He of Rosemary's Baby and Chinatown spoke to directing, the past, and the future of cinema.