Joplin says come home. Fox Searchlight released the second teaser trailer for Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" on Thursday, highlighting the film's idiosyncratic cast. "Something's missing. I don't know what it contains, I don't know what it represents, I don't know what it is. But there are traces and shadows of it everywhere," Jeff Goldblum says near the start of the trailer. Moments later, he's dead. "His body was found stuff in a sarcophagus behind a storage room at the Kunstmuseum late last night," Edward Norton says. "He was short four fingers."
We could quote this trailer all day -- specifically everything Ralph Fiennes says at the end -- but for now, just watch and then count the days until "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is in theaters on March 7, 2014.