Dennis The Menace Is A Studly Marine Biologist Now. V, When Shonda Rhimes officially left ABC Studios in 2017, the showrunner and super producer signed a major deal with Netflix that would allow her to cre, Brian Austin Green’s recent Halloween Instagram post may have felt like a treat to some, but Megan Fox maintains that it’s just another trick. First up, it’s his devious villain in “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” Pencil-mustached, with a hair-trigger temper and very shouty, it seems on the surface a broad and ridiculous role. From there, he eventually switched career paths and became a marine biologist- something which he had always had a passion for, according to Gamble Rita (Amara Karan in “The Darjeeling Limited”)Unsurprisingly gorgeous but surprisingly earthy for an Anderson female, no-bullshit train stewardess Rita engages in nameless copulation with Jack (Jason Schwartzman) more as means to passing the time at work than out of any real affection. 35.

And it’s a showcase for the more dramatic, albeit droll, talents of Luke Wilson, who manages to sell incestuous desire as strangely romantic. Coach Skip (Owen Wilson in “Fantastic Mr Fox”) Coach Skip may be mostly memorable for being an albino otter who explains the arcane rules of Whackbat. He might have given a better performance (arguable, but see below…), but no Anderson film rests as heavily on the actor’s shoulders as “The Life Aquatic.” His Cousteau-aping biologist, forever clad in his iconic blue shirt and red bobble hat, is a selfish, egotistical shit even by the standards of Anderson’s characters, but the charisma, faint desperation, and, ultimately, heart that Murray brings somehow makes Zissou palatable. 58. Cousin Ben (Jason Schwartzman in “Moonrise Kingdom”)An unusually in-betweeny character for Schwartzman in an Anderson film, slick Cousin Ben, the perma-sunglassed dude who works at the rival Scout Camp and performs a non-legally binding wedding ceremony for the star crossed couple, is nonetheless a hoot despite his truncated screen time. M. Gustave (Ralph Fiennes in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”)We do need to stop being surprised when Ralph Fiennes, a.k.a. Mason Wilson Gamble (born January 16, 1986) is an American marine biologist and former actor known for his portrayal of Dennis Mitchell in the 1993 film Dennis the Menace, a role he got after beating out a reported 20,000 children who had auditioned, and as Jason Schwartzman's sidekick, Dirk Calloway, in Wes Anderson's critically acclaimed 1998 film Rushmore.

40. He has little to do otherwise, but remains one of the most memorable aspects of the film. 52. 27.

Kylie (Wallace Wolodarsky in “Fantastic Mr Fox”) Voiced by “Simpsons” screenwriter and long-time Anderson pal Wally Wolodarksy, Kylie is Mr. Fox’s super, his best friend/sidekick, and his personal assistant.

But he is a very private person in real life and doesn't say anything about his love interest. Mason started acting at a young age, but by the time he was in his 20s, he figured out that it wasn't what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. Pagoda (Kumar Pallana in “The Royal Tenenbaums”)One of two appearances on this list for Anderson talisman Pallana (there could have been more), Pagoda is the Man Friday to Royal’s Crusoe, serving and investigating for him, being his truest friend and confidant, all in recompense for stabbing him in a Calcutta bazaar.

Felicity Fox (Meryl Streep in “Fantastic Mr Fox”)We’re not sure why Streep hasn’t had a live-action role for Anderson yet, but until that inevitability, her beautifully understated voice work as the gracious, unswervingly sensible Mrs. Fox will have to do.

53. In 1999, Gamble portrayed Brady Lang in the thriller Arlington Road. 30.

Max’s wild pretension and overweening precociousness make him difficult to root for, yet Anderson and Schwartzman both undercut the character’s self-importance with just enough skewering humor that it’s impossible not to love the delusional, romantic fool. Agatha (Saoirse Ronan in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”)Played with quiet conviction, it’s a shame that Ronan’s Agatha wasn’t a bit more central to the real action of ‘Grand Budapest’, but the sweet baker girl with the facial birthmark is still a lovely addition to Anderson’s underpopulated gallery of female characters.

Kristofferson (Eric Chase Anderson in “Fantastic Mr Fox”)The effortlessly good-at-everything cousin who comes to stay and highlights all our own inadequacies and neuroses is such a well-observed character that we scarely even notice that the smart, attractive, athletic, yogic Kris is, you know, a stop-motion fox. We get the paradox: in this list of Wes Anderson’s greatest characters, we’ve chosen the performer who most breaks out of Anderson’s silo as our favorite, but maybe here, of all places, such droll contradictions are the order of the day. Vladimir Wolodarsky (Noah Taylor in “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou”)Proof positive that the right casting can turn the tiniest role into something more interesting, the only things assistant/sidekick/factotum Wolodarsky really has going for him in Anderson’s patchiest film are Taylor’s endearingly wonky expressions. 70.

Deputy Kovacs (Jeff Goldblum in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”)There’s maybe no greater service Anderson has performed for cinema than reclaiming Jeff Goldblum, and in their third collaboration he gives one the all-time great reactors one of the great reaction lines: “Did he just throw my cat out of the window?”. Sam (Jared Gilman in “Moonrise Kingdom”)One of the two troubled leads of “Moonrise Kingdom,” Sam is an orphan boy raging at a world that wants no part of him. Coming after the left-turn that was the animated “Fantastic Mr. Fox” which followed the slightly disappointing one-two punch of 2004’s “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” and 2007’s “The Darjeeling Limited,” many viewers (Playlisters among them) found ‘Moonrise’ not just a return to form, but one of his best films to date. Mason Gamble He had to beat out a reported 20,000 kids to land the role! Eddie Redmayne and Prince William were friends in high school. 49.

34. Mason Gamble (AKA Dennis) was that adorable blonde kid who terrorised Mr Wilson in the 1993 classic Dennis the Menace. 26. 36. Apple Inc. Francis (Owen Wilson in “The Darjeeling Limited”) It doesn’t particularly hang together as a film, but ‘Darjeeling”s portrait of brotherhood is cherishable, and Wilson, cast a little against type as the bossy, take-charge older brother, is a particular treat, playing most of the film bruised and bandaged to boot. 11. Jane Winslett-Richardson (Cate Blanchett in “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou”) Perhaps a little underwritten for an actress of this caliber (it’s a shame that she’s not yet had a second trip to Wes World), heavily pregnant journalist Winslett-Richardson, caught in a love triangle between Zissou and Owen Wilson’s Ned, still lets Blanchett mine a rich vein of pre-parental neurosis. In real, the former actor … 14. Over the years, he has been in several films and TV shows, but there is one role—from the 1990s—which must be discussed right here and right now. 62. According to, We're just calling it like we see it. As often with this sort of sidekick, his snivelling deviousness kind of eclipses the real baddie. re-evaluation of ‘The Life Aquatic,’ but, though it looks great, we’ve never wholly got on board(!!).

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