If you're a fan of Wes Anderson's movies (or even if you've only read about them), you know what to expect from his work: carefully managed set design, costuming, and musical choices with a vintage feel. Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman. Futura font. Precocious children. With 'Moonrise Kingdom', Anderson's latest, in theatres, Slate decided to turn those stylistic markers into a game. Of bingo.
To play, just head to Slate's site and generate a Wes Anderson Bingo board. Then pop in one of his movies, and when you see one of the elements on the board, click it off. According to Slate, each element they selected appears in at least three of his movies, and some appeared in all of them, so any board could win.
Click on the board to check out the site:
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