Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel will soon be upon us. We only have until March 7 to make reservations. Or maybe reservations aren't necessary. It's a pretty humongous hotel.
To help get everyone amped up and in a solid Wes Andersony mood, Fox Searchlight has created a gorgeous interactive website for the film. You can find it here.
From the press release:
The Republic of Zubrowka possesses a rich heritage known only to the few who have thought to seek it out… until now. For the first time ever, you can explore the detailed political, cultural and artistic world of 20th century Zubrowka at the Akademie's Historical Archive! Learn about the military coup of 1935, the involvement of The Grand Budapest Hotel and the roving cast of characters that make up its intricate past. Classes are now in session — Enroll Now!
I got a little tired of it after a while, but there are tons of things to click on and enjoy if you're so inclined and have the time. If not, just wait for the film to come out. It's bound to be at least 2% less erudite.