Wes Anderson's latest film is grander than ever.
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" is now the director's highest-grossing movie, and his first to cross the $100 million mark at the global box office. "Grand Budapest" has earned $39 million to date in North America, placing it third on Anderson's list of features behind "The Royal Tenenbaums" and "Moonrise Kingdom." (It's also Anderson's second widest release on domestic shores, following 2009's "Fantastic Mr. Fox," which accrued $47 million worldwide.) "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is still open on 1,467 locations in the U.S. and Canada, meaning the $103.8 million in revenue will only continue to rise.
In addition to being Anderson's biggest success, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" became the highest-grossing opening weekend for a limited release in history. Its $202,792-per-screen average topped the previous record holder, Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master."