Welcome to the Lego Budapest Hotel

Much of the discussion around Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel revolved around his typical world-building meticulousness, the attention to detail on each beautiful, bespoke button. Even meticulous-er, though? The Lego Budapest Hotel. It’s not even up for discussion.

Report: Vin Diesel is raising a ruckus on the Fast 7 set.

Also File Under “Reportedly”: Nikki Finke says she’s got DC’s movie schedule. Wonder Woman supposedly hits in July 2017, two months after Justice League. Then Man of Steel 2 allegedly drops in May 2018, meaning Henry Cavill’s Superman will be in theaters three straight years starting with 2016’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Oh, also: a Flash/Green Lantern team-up for Christmas 2017.

Chris Rock announces the Black Plague Tour, his first big live run in six years.

Tom Hiddleston will play Hank Williams. And he’s gonna sing.

And/or look at a history of celebrities wearing T-shirts of their own faces!

Christoph Waltz is bald in the trailer for Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem.

Guillermo del Toro quit the Emma Watson Beauty and the Beast.

Instant Kanye-level confidence generator.

No Good Deed trailer: This is an Idris Elba movie.

Mary Steenburgen will join Season 3 of Orange Is the New Black.

The Book of Mormon‘s Andrew Rannells is taking over for Neil Patrick Harris in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Ice Cube says nice things angrily.

And this is 8-bit Mean Girls.

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