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  1. In every shot of The Royal Tenenbaums, Wes Anderson uses deliberate color schemes, negative space, symmetry, or composition to create a visually pleasing picture, evoke an emotion, or give insight into characters (or sometimes, all three).

  2. 24 de may. de 2012 · Wes Anderson loves family dramas dressed as fantasies, and this notion is no less palpable with The Royal Tenenbaums, the film that essentially set him on the map.

  3. Of all the great scenes in The Royal Tenenbaums, this one is still my favorite. It's all about: "I've had a rough year, dad." I hesitate to call it my favorite because of the content, but Richie's suicide attempt is just the most striking (visually and emotionally) scene from that movie.

  4. 26 de mar. de 2018 · It’s Anderson’s first real attempt at a diorama (NYC apartment here) and then we’d have a boat ( life aquatic), train (Darjeeling ), hotel ( grand budapest ). It’s a dazzling exploration and launch for his creative brilliance regarding mise-en-scene and décor.

    • The Director Makes A Cameo
    • The Bb lodged in Chas's Hand Is Inspired by Real Events
    • Andrew Wilson Has Extra Cameos Throughout The Film
    • The Location of The Tenenbaum's House Doesn't Exist But The House Is Real
    • The Lindbergh Palace Doesn't Exist Either
    • Gwyneth Paltrow Holds One of The Scenes Close to Her Heart
    • The Name "Tenenbaum" Comes from Wes Anderson's College Friend
    • Margot's Wooden Finger Was Meant For Another Wes Anderson's Character
    • The Role of Royal Tenenbaum Was Written For Gene Hackman
    • Anderson Also Wrote Etheline Tenenbaum with Angelica Huston in Mind

    Just like a book, each segment of the movie is told in chapters. So, it makes sense that the film opens up with a book being borrowed from the library. Additionally, if fans look closely, they will notice Wes Anderson's hand as it stamps the library card. Anderson has slipped in a few of his own films including the voice solving the equation in the...

    When Royal shoots Chas with a BB Gun at the beginning of the movie, it gets lodged between his knuckles. Later, when the BB is shown, the hand doesn’t belong to actor Ben Stiller. According to Mental Floss, it is Andrew Wilson, the older brother of Owen Wilson and Luke Wilson. When they were children, Owen fired a BB gun at Andrew’s hand and it's b...

    The hand with the BB wouldn’t be the only part that Andrew would play in The Royal Tenenbaums. He would appear again as Margot’s biological father who would accidentally chop off her ring finger. RELATED: 10 Best Movies With The Wilson Brothers Even though not on screen, Andrew’s voice can be heard as one of the commentators covering Richie’s tenni...

    111 Archer Avenue may not exist in real life but the grand house belonging to the Tenenbaums does. It is located at 144th Street and Convent Avenue in New York City. In the same Mental Flossarticle, it was revealed that the production team had to convince the owner of the house to delay moving in order to renovate as needed.

    The hotel where Royal stays in at the beginning of the film and later gets kicked out of is not a real location as well. The Lindbergh Palace Hotel is actually the Waldorf Astoria in New York. According to Mental Floss, the hotel gave Anderson and the production crew only two hours to film all the shots that they needed.

    Margot Tenenbaum has one of the best costumes in Anderson's films. The scene when Margot steps off the bus in her iconic fur coat to meet Richie has a special place in Paltrow’s heart according to Usmagazine. Her father, Bruce Paltrow, was on set while she filmed the scene. A few years later, Bruce died due to complications of oral cancer and pneum...

    The family name used in the film, according toMental Floss, comes from Anderson’s college friend, Ben Tenenbaum. His friend appears as background characters in The Royal Tenenabaums as a paramedic in one of the film’s last scenes as well as Bottle Rocket and Rushmore.

    After getting her finger chopped off, Margo Tenenbaum gets a wooden finger in its place. In the same Mental Floss article, the wooden finger was supposed to be for another Anderson’s character in his previous movie. The character of Margaret Yang in Rushmorewas supposed to have her finger blown off in a science experiment gone wrong. The idea was l...

    Anderson wrote the role of Royal Tenenbaum with Gene Hackman in mind. When he asked the actor to be in his film, Hackman was reluctant due to the fact that he was on the brink of retiring. His agent, according to Mental Floss, would convince him to take the role. Thank goodness he did because Hackman would win the Golden Globe for Best Actor and it...

    Aside from having this role written for her, The Royal Tenenbaums wouldn’t be the last time Anjelica Huston would appear in a Wes Anderson film. She would go on and appear in both The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited.

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  5. The Royal Tenenbaums is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Wes Anderson and co-written with Owen Wilson. It stars Danny Glover, Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Luke Wilson, and Owen Wilson.

  6. 6 de jul. de 2012 · Vista en retrospectiva, Los Tenenbaums. Una familia de genios es la película-paradigma del cine de Anderson. Aquí ya está absolutamente integrado todo lo que caracteriza su sello de identidad.