This Couple's Wes Anderson-Inspired Save-The-Date Is Whimsy and Wonderful (VIDEO)

Hell yes, Jon and Jess!

For Manhattan couple Jon Sukarangsan and Jess Lau, ordinary save-the-date’s wouldn’t do for their upcoming nuptials.

Wes Anderson's Former Assistant Uncovers Note from 1999, and You'll Never Guess What It Says

Remember the days before wi-fi?

Well, thanks to Wes Anderson’s former assistant, screenwriter Mike Le, we got to time travel back to 1999, when the Internet was still a new concept and people regularly used fax machines.

On Thursday, Le shared the handwritten note via Twitter, noting that it was from “circa 1999.”

“Why don’t you see if you can get this fax machine working,” Anderson writes. “It’s much better than the other one. Also, any word on our computer system?”

Here's Who Facebook Thinks Should Win the Oscars

Do you have an Oscar pool going? No? You’re not a compulsive gambler like half of the PEOPLE staffers? That surprises us.

Well, if you’re not the betting type, please excuse this very important inside information we have from Facebook.

The monolithic site looked at mentions of the nominated actors, actresses and films over the two weeks preceding the ceremony and shared the data with PEOPLE. Below, here’s who Facebook’s 750 million-plus users think are going to win – or, failing that, who should win by popular vote – at the Oscars.

The Grand Budapest Hotel Stars Posing with Their Younger Selves

Now that we’ve seen Oscar nominees posing with their younger selves, let’s fire up the Wayback Machine for another round of time-traveling.

This round features the stars of the new Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, including Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray.

See 10 of these pairings below, complete with the conversations we can’t help but imagine they’re having. Enjoy!

See This/Skip That: From The Grand Budapest Hotel to Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Rise of an Empire is a fine sequel to 300, but PEOPLE’s critic says you should check into The Grand Budapest Hotel instead. Here’s what to see and what to skip in theaters this weekend.

Adrien Brody, Ralph Fiennes Get Punchy in Grand Budapest Hotel Clip

It’s got unnecessary mustaches, funny hats and Willem Dafoe punching someone in the face.

No, it’s not a new bar in Brooklyn – it’s this exclusive clip from Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Kumar Pallana, of The Terminal and The Royal Tennenbaums, Dies at 94

Kumar Pallana, an Indian character actor with small parts in movies such as The Terminal and The Royal Tennenbaums, died suddenly Oct. 10 at the home he shared with his son in Oakland, Calif. He was 94.

“He lived life to the fullest,” said his daughter Sandhya Pallana of Dallas, who confirmed the death to the Associated Press. “It was really wonderful how well he was received and how well he was liked and that people appreciated his unique and creative style.”

Bill Murray's Flirty Night at French Bar

Bill Murray seems to be indulging in the local nightlife while in France for the Cannes Film Festival.

Murray, 61, and director Wes Anderson arrived at the Hotel Martinez bar shortly after 1 a.m. Thursday evening. Murray in particular appeared to be thoroughly enjoying himself (and some drinks!), flirting with a woman at the bar and singing along with a piano player.

Owen Wilson Skips Film Fest but 'Doing Well'

Owen Wilson canceled appearances at the Venice Film Festival but is “doing well” and “making us laugh a lot,” says his longtime friend Wes Anderson.

“When he’s ready he’s going to speak for himself much better than anyone else could,” Anderson told reporters in Venice on Sunday. “He has a very good way with words.”