Johnny Depp to star in Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel”

Johnny Depp to star in Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel”

PanARMENIAN.Net - Johnny Depp will star in The Grand Budapest Hotel, the next film that Wes Anderson wrote and will direct, Deadline said.

Anderson is going right back into business with his collaborators on Moonrise Kingdom, which is heading toward a $40 million gross to be among this summer’s art house hits.

The Grand Budapest Hotel will be produced by Anderson along with Scott Rudin and Indian Paintbrush’s Steven Rales.

This comes as Depp continues to work on The Lone Ranger for Disney. He stars in that Gore Verbinski-directed film with Armie Hammer, and response was strong to scenes unveiled during Disney’s panel at Comic-Con over the weekend. Depp will likely make this next; plans for him to star in The Thin Man for Rob Marshall have been pushed for the time being.

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