The wonderfully quirky Grand Budapest Hotel was the recipient of four Oscars® this awards season: that included Best Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling and Original Score. Wes Anderson won best screen play at the Writers Guild Awards the week before the Academy Awards. And so the Grand Budapest Hotel was a much celebrated film during 2015’s award season. The Hollywood Museum is currently showing the miniature model from the Academy Award® winning Grand Budapest Hotel. The Hotel miniature is part of a larger and an exclusive display in the The Hollwood Museum’s Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit. The Hollywood Museum houses the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world in the old Max Factor building. Production Designer Adam Stockhausen’s handy work is part of The Hollywood Museum’s experience through April.
Adam Stockhausen won the Academy Award® for Best Production Design. Adam Stockhausen collaborated closely with Wes Anderson to create a visual experience unlike any other for the Grand Budapest Hotel. Stockhausen said, “We worked across these tiny, beautiful, little towns, and being there you become immersed completely in that world,” he continues. “It became a very special journey.” The bright-pink nine-feet by 14-feet Grand Budapest Hotel model is among many items on display at The Hollywood Museum through April 26th.
Also part of the Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit display at The Hollywood Museum are hundreds of authentic costumes, props and memorabilia from various nominated films and TV shows. Highlights to look for at the museum’sCelebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit; include the Dodge Challenger driven by Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler, costumes worn by Amy Adams in Big Eyes, Frances McDormand’s mother-of-the-groom dress from Olive Kitteridge and the red leather jacket worn by Viola Davis in How to Get Away with Murder and much much more. For those uninitiated to The Hollywood Museum it is located in the old Max Factor building at 1660 Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028. The space boast of 2 levels filled with photos, posters, costumes and amazing props chronicling everything form the silent era in film and the Golden Age of Hollywood to some of the most recent offerings in Movies and Television. The Hollywood Museum is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm.