The life numeric: Wes Anderson by the numbers

We rewatched the director’s movies and tallied up his Wesiest signatures, from Bottle Rocket to Moonrise Kingdom, to make this infographic



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As Wes Anderson’s latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel, hits theaters, we counted up his films' Wesiest signatures. Check out the infographic below to find out just how many cigarettes have been smoked, vinyl records played and letters of correspondence penned in Anderson’s films, from Bottle Rocket to Moonrise Kingdom. Plus, check out our new Q&A with the man himself.

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