Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is a decade-spanning chase comedy featuring a star-studded cast of Anderson regulars such as Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman, among others. What it doesn't include is Anderson's signature mix-tape soundtrack, replaced instead with a score from six-time Oscar nominee Alexandre Desplat. One of the signature cues Desplat wrote for Anderson is the backbone of this new clip from the film. Called "Mr. Moustafa," the track introduces Zero, the film's lobby boy, played by Tony Revolori, who grows up to resemble F. Murray Abraham. Check out the video below; "Grand Budapest Hotel" is out on March 7.