Not only has he defined an entire cinematic aesthetic, but Wes Anderson has nurtured a familiar ensemble that includes some of the best actors, well, ever. The brothers Wilson, Bill Murray, and Jason Schwartzman come to mind. But now, included in Anderson's repertoire are the inimitable Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe — two actors with major cult followings. The Grand Budapest Hotel marks Goldblum's second collaboration with Anderson, and Dafoe's third.
These two may have some of the most intense, memorable on-screen presences of any actors to ever make films (we'd list off their incredible performances, but hey, you know them all), so we wanted to know: How often does Goldblum get The Fly jokes? Does anyone quote Wild At Heart to Dafoe? What does a larger-than-life actor do...on the internet?
If this doesn't immediately make you want to invite these two to a dinner party, well, you might want to rethink your taste in company. Truth.
The Grand Budapest Hotel opens everywhere Friday, March 7.