You Taking the 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Victory Cruise?

It will only cost you anywhere from $1,298 to $18,948

Grand Budapest Hotel cruiseWes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel is not only one of the best films of the year, it is now his highest grossing domestic ($51.6 million) and worldwide ($140.5 million) release of all-time. How is he going to celebrate? Well, along with Grand Budapest co-conspirators -- Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman and Roman Coppola -- he will board the cruise ship Queen Mary 2 on June 13, traveling from New York to London.

Passengers can purchase tickets ranging from $1,298 to $18,948 as the cruise will play host to a special screening of Grand Budapest, followed by a Q&A session with the filmmaker and cast.

That ticket price is way too rich for my blood, but I'm sure some hoity toity types will surely have a good time. [THR]

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  • andyluvsfilms

    That's a fantastic idea but i can't see me on the trip unless i use Kickstarter.

  • Kingsley_Zissou

    It should be on the Belafonte.

  • Justin Golding

    No Bill Murray and no Ralph Fiennes? No deal. I doubt anyone's paying top dollar to meet Roman Coppola.

    • Kingsley_Zissou

      My guess is that Roman's there primarily because he's co-writing Wes' next movie and they'll work on that during the cruise.

  • ryanmcc

    Sorry guys we lost the copy of The Grand Budapest Hotel, so instead we're going to be playing A Glimpse inside the Mind of Charles Swan.