13.01.12 by Jeff

Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom trailer a film by Wes Anderson
We finally get to see the trailer for Wes Anderson’s latest film “Moonrise Kingdom” and it doesn’t disappoint! Watch it below!

You can also jump over to Apple to see it in HD here.

What’s your favourite Wes Anderson film?

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Jimmy

    Not coming soon… when when when! Dammit!

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

    I think it comes out in May?

  • http://www.whereislucas.com Lucas

    Life Aquatic is my favourite

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

    may 25th

  • http://oyametin.tumblr.com oya

    rushmore is my favourite
    limited release on May 25, 2012

  • http://perrolulu.com tom

    The Royal Tenenbaums, of course.

  • http://www.christophergideon.com Christopher
    • Jessie

      I agree!

  • http://stapleguns.blogspot.com steve p

    bottle rocket

    i cant wait for this

  • http://www.walleyfilms.com Mark & Angela Walley


  • Ben

    Royal Tennenbaums.

    This looks cool. It seems like Bruno’s playing against type somewhat.

  • t harvey

    tie bewtween royal t’s and life aquatic..

  • Louise

    Royal Tennenbuams was my first and favorite.

    I was a late bloomer.

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/perk Fer

    Great casting!
    Maybe my fav is Royal Tennenbaums too.

  • http://www.hookandlinemag.com keba

    i can’t wait to see this! love wes anderson

  • Lydia

    Life Aquatic and Darjeeling are his best. <3

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  • Steph

    This looks great!
    Life Aquatic my fav. So many beautiful characters and emotions.

  • david

    just seen the film in a press screening (yay! before the world premiere in cannes..) and it is very wes anderson..!
    bruce willis works great against his type-cast, bill&frances make for a good enstranged couple. and the children are amazing! cameos from harvey keitel and tilda swinton(! she’s superb) make for a firework of cast diversity. the music is definitely boldly and greatly chosen, and let’s say anderson learnt a lot doing mr fox. there are even some miniature models in the film for those who look close enough. the only thing one could say, is that the movie lacks the emotional depth or for some maybe “heaviness” of earlier works like royal tenenbaums or life aquatic. But it’s definitely one of the most satisfying and rich movies to see in a theater in the last couple of years. you wes-anderson-lovers won’t be disappointed (altough he breaks with his futura-tradition, there is also a tiny “futura-cameo”… yay!)

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      wow i am so jealous you got to see the film already! thanks for sharing all this here though – im really looking forward to seeing it! thanks david!

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