‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ a Coolidge Corner hit


We hear that the new Wes Anderson film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” starring Ralph Fiennes as a concierge, was the third highest-grossing opening week film in a decade at the Coolidge Corner Theatre. It raked in $65,527, compared to $88,000 for 2004’s “Farenheit 911” and $75,000 for 2005’s “Brokeback Mountain.”

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